Scabiosa japonica alpina
Scabiosa japonica Alpina is cold-resistant biennial plant of the of the family Dipsacaceae . It is for the high mountain version of Scabiosa Japonica and and Alpina has a bigger flower than Japonica .The plant grows wild in a collapse or the stone place of the high mountain from Honshu to Shikoku in Japan. It makes flowers of the heliotrope bloom in the inflorescence taken out a flower stalk from the interval of the radical growths feather leaves which edge was split in.
General name:Scabiosa japonica alpina ,scientific name: Scabiosa japonica var. alpina, origin: Shikoku from Central Honshu of Japan, environment: high mountain, plant height: 20 to 40 cm, flowering time: from June to September, flower color: purple, flower size: 5 cm.
[Flower of the Dipsacaceae]
+ Scabiosa japonica is high and flowers at a plateau in autumn.
+Scabiosa japonica var. alpina makes bloom at a high mountain in summer, and the height of the grass is lower than a Scabiosa japonica, and the capitula is bigger than a Scabiosa japonica.
+ Scabiosa atropurpurea is a close species of S. japonica , and a color of a flower is abundant, and center and both neighboring flowers swell.