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Campanula glomerata "Dahurica"

Basic information
Flower Name
Campanula glomerata "Dahurica"
Formal Name
Campanula glomerata var. dahurica
Alias
竜胆咲きCampanula, 八代草, Carmichael's Monkshood
Habitat
Japanese, Korean Peninsula, China, Mongolia, Russia
Morph
deciduous perennial grass
Comment
Campanula glomerata "Dahurica" , Carmichael's Monkshood or Yatsushiroso (scientific name: Campanula glomerata var. Dahurica) is a deciduous perennial grass of the family Campanulaceae in the Japanese, Korean Peninsula, China, Mongolia, Russia. In Japan, it is growing native to Mt. Aso. It is one of variants of Rindouzaki Campanula (scientific name: Campanula glomerata). The stem stands upright. Leaves are broad needle-shaped, sawtooth exist on the leaf edge, and are attached to each other. In late spring to early autumn, head flowers are stretched from the shoot apex and upper axil, and spherical purple flowers are attached. The flower is a bell shape similar to a dragon bowl with five tears at the tip and blooming upwards. Japanese name is assigned to Yatsushiro city, Kumamoto prefecture of origin. The genus name "Campanula" in Latin, from the shape of a floret in the sense of "campana (small bell)", the species name "glomerata" is "gathered in a spherical shape", the variant name "dahurica" ​​is "dahurica ) "It comes from the place name of Russia (Russian reading). A flower language is "an obedient person." From the bell-shaped flower and the flower pillar like a bell-shaped bar (tip 3 fissures) reminiscent of the church's bell, go to anywhere you are invited to God "from becoming obedient" (New Testament 16 chapters) What? Due to environmental degradation of the habitat, it is designated as extinct B type in the Red Data Book of the Ministry of the Environment. In the same variant, there is Hanayashi (scientific name: C. glomerata var. Glomerata). In the firefly genus, there are Serbian bellflower(Campanula posharskyana), and Campanula punctata(Campanula punctata) etc. It's easy to find more affiliation! Please click "Campanula" at the top of this page (under the flower name).
General name: Campanula glomerata "Dahurica" , alias: Carmichael's Monkshood,Campanula bell flowering, Yatsushiroso, Origin: Mt. Aso in Japan - Korean Peninsula - China - Mongolia - Russia, grass length: 30 - 100 cm, stem: upright, leaf blade: 5 - 10 cm, leaf order: Alternate, leaf shape: wide lanceolate shape, leaf margin: present, inflorescence shape: head flower shape, small floral shape: bell shape, tip 5 clefts, corolla length: 2 cm, flower diameter: 2 cm, flower color: purple · peach, stamens number: 3 , Flower pillars: 3 fissures, flowering period: May to September, fruit type: fruits.
Detailed information
Order
Asterales
Family
Campanulaceae
Genus
Campanula
Species
C. glomerata
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Head
Petal shape
Campanulate
Leaf type
Wide-Lanceolate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Specific area
Color
Pink, Violet
Season
May Jun Jul Aug Sep
Height
30  ~ 100  [cm]
Diameter
2  ~ 2