Flower NameBastard box
Formal NamePolygala chamaebuxus var.grandiflora
MorphCold-resistant and non-Alpine of heat-tolerant evergreen shrubs
Bastard box, a scientific name: Polygala chamaebuxus var.grandiflora, is an alpine plant of the evergreen shrub of the polygala genus native of the European Alps. It makes flowers of pink and yellow double colors bloom.
General name: Bastard box , Scientific name:Polygala chamaebuxus var. grandiflora , Also known as: PolyGram camebuxs, origin: European Alps, Living environment: 2500 m high mountain forest, lives: cold-resistant and non-of heat-tolerant evergreen shrubs of alpine plants, height: 10-15 cm, leaf shape: oval-shaped-cortex there lanceolate, leaf quality: glossy, leaf color: green, leaf arrangement: alternate, stipule: nothing, flower: pink and yellow-colored, birefringence colors of yellow and white, aromatic: aerobic, flower diameter: 1-1.5 cm, flowers: racemes, inflorescence length: cm, flowering period: March-places flowers in April, from the axil keel valve yellow Wings Butterfly-shaped flowers white or pink racemes on the petal count: three stamens: 8 sepals: breaking the sepals number: five Fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, seeds: 2, applications: potted plants, planter, flower bed borders the Grand Cove-a note: alpine flora.
SpeciesP. chamaebuxus var.grandiflora
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arrayRacemous Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeGarden Alpine
ColorPink, Yellow, White
Height10 ~ 15 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1.5