What is Peltoboykinia tellimoides
Peltoboykinia tellimoides is perennial plant of the family Saxifrage ,the genus Peltoboykinia native to Japan. It grows wild in the valley line of the sub-high mountain from the mountainous district of the Chubu District from the northeast of Japan.The leaf is in the shape of the palm which a circle made a 7-13 lobation in a big round leaf, and leaf edge has low jaggedness. It lets five dialect flowers of the thin yellow bloom to the cyme which takes out a slim flower stalk from a round leaf in spring, and lengthened from the tip.
Generic name: Peltoboykinia tellimoides, scientific name: Peltoboykinia tellimoides, the place of origin: Japan, distribution: It is the valley line of the sub-high mountain, height of a rice plant from the mountainous district of the Chubu District from Tohoku: 40-60cm, a stem color: There are a lot of white glandular hair in dark reddish-brown; a root green leaf, a phyllotaxis: Each other life, a leaf relationship: Low jaggedness existence, leaf shape: It is a 7 to 13 lobed open palm, The leaf head with a circle: 30cm, leaf width: 30cm, a leafstalk: Short leafstalk existence, inflorescence form: A cyme, flower diameter: 0.7 to 1.4cm, a color of a flower: Light yellow, a star: 5 valves flower, number of the stamens: 10, anthesis: For from May to July, it is a calyx: It is luting, a fruit type with bell form: capsule.