Flower Database

Astilbe microphyll

Basic information
Flower Name
Astilbe microphyll
Formal Name
Astilbe microphylla
Alias
Astilbe microphylla, 乳茸刺
Habitat
Japan
Morph
Years of grass
Comment
Astilbe microspylla or Chidakesashi (Scientific name: Astilbe microphylla) is a Japanese perennial of the family Saxifragaceae. In the summer, flowers like millets will bloom in a conical inflorescence in wetlands. Flowers are light pink to white flowers and anthers are pink purple. Flower name was attached because it brought home a stinky (milk mushroom) which becomes edible to a hard long stem. Leaves are attached 2 to 4 times odd feathered compound leaves, leaflets are small egg shapes with no gloss, and there are saw teeth on the leaf edge. The same group has {{Astilbe}}.
General Name: Astilbe microphylla, aka:Chidakesashi , Origin: Japan, habitat distribution: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Environment: sunny meadow or wetland, stem length: 30 to 60 cm, leaf shape: 2 to 4 times odd feathered double leaf, leaf shape: ovoid / ovular, leaf blade: 3 cm, leaf margin: saw tooth, flower diameter : 0.3 to 0.5 cm, flowering period: June to August, flower color: white · peach, use: gardening, potted plant, cut flowers.
Detailed information
Order
Saxifragales
Family
Saxifragaceae
Genus
Astilbe
Species
A. microphylla
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
5petals
Leaf type
Twice ternate pinnate compound leaf
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Plain/fleet Botanic garden
Color
Pink, White
Season
Jun Jul Aug
Height
30  ~ 60  [cm]
Diameter
0.3  ~ 0.5