- Flower nameWhite Andromeda polifolia
- Scientific nameAndromeda polifolia f．leucantha
- AliasBog-rosemary, 姫石楠花, 日光石楠花, marsh holy-rose, marsh holywort
- Place of originnorthern hemisphere
- Place of floweringWetlands, Botanical Gardens, Low mountains, Sub-alpine, Hokkaido, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is White Andromeda polifolia
White Andromeda polifolia (scientific name: Andromeda polifolia f. leucantha) is a white-flowered variety of Andromeda rhododendron (scientific name: Andromeda polifolia).
Common name: White Andromeda polifolia, scientific name: Andromeda polifolia f. leucantha, Place of origin: Northern Hemisphere, habitat distribution: Hokkaido, Honshu, Environment: Lowland to (sub)alpine highland marshland, Leaf shape: elliptic-lanceolate, leaf blade: 1.5-3.5 cm, evergreen, small shrub, Leaf blade: 1.5-3.5 cm, leaf shape: elliptic-lanceolate with a pointed tip, leaf inflorescence: alternate, flowering season: June-July, Inflorescence: scattered inflorescences, Inflorescence: sporadic; color: pink with 5 shallow lobes at the tip of the corolla, Corolla length: 0.5cm, Flower shape: vase-shaped, Flowering season: June to July, alternate; inflorescence form: sporadic inflorescence; flower color: pink with 5 shallow lobes at corolla tip; corolla length: 0.5 cm; flower shape: vase-shaped; flower orientation: downward; flower color:white; fruit form: spherical; fruit type: first fruit.