- Flower nameAconitum sachalinense
- Scientific nameAconitum sachalinense
- Alias尾瀬鳥兜, Ozetorikabuto
- Place of originJapan, Korea, China
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
What is Aconitum sachalinense
Aconitum sachalinense or called as 'Oze-torikabuto' (scientific name:Aconitum sachalinense) is a perennial herb native to Oze of the the Ranunculaceae family. With Okutorikabuto or the variety, a stem stands straight on damp ground of Oze, and waste flowers have hair and make a flower of the raisin bloom. Mask-shaped corolla of eboshi purple sepals in flowers are hidden, invisible. The whole plant is known in poison.When the shoots to similar and may lead to addiction and ate it by mistake.
General name: Aconitum sachalinense or Oze-torikabuto , Scientific name: Aconitum sachalinense, Other name:Monkshood 'Oze' , Origin: Japan, Korea, China , Habitat: Oze environment: wild wet, Life type: perennial, standing: upright, height: 60-150 cm, leaf: 3 deep fissure, hermaphrodite flowers, inflorescences form: corymbs, Corolla: mask-shaped, Corolla length: 3 cm, agglutination: many stamens colors: dark purple, flowering August-September, flower color: violet, Invisible from the outside looks like a flower: flower of the eboshi's five sepals, true petals 2-fruit shape: fruit bags, note: all grass toxic entomophilous and blooms, erect stems in special: oze marshland.