Formal NameDicentra peregrina
HabitatTakayama, Japan and Siberia
MorphA hardy perennial of alpine plants
Dicentra (scientific name:Dicentra peregrina) is a hardy perennial poppy of dicentra species of alpine plants. Habitat in the summer (in the flat's spring), red flowers bloom. Low stature is making communities in tough environments, such as high mountain of sand and gravel. Leaf has a pale blue-green deeply fringed margins. Flowers are similar to the genus bleeding-heart. Dicentra flowers name are named after flowers and buds are similar in the face of the horse.
There are varieties of Roses bloom pink or white flowers. Common name: dicentra piece grass scientific name:Dicentra peregrina aka: caraftcomaksa (FT piece grass), Japanese bleeding heart category name: Plantae Angiosperm true dicots Buttercup eye poppy Department of dicentra genus origin: Japan and Siberia and high mountains, living environment: bare ground in canopy, height: 10-15 cm, high mountain: bluish-green, flowering, leaf: deep cleft (leaves), leaf color in July and August, the plain is Spring Flower colors: red, white, and pink, petals number: 2 + 2 (internal and external), the sepals number: 2 species.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Height10 ~ 15 [cm]
Diameter2 ~ 3