- Flower nameMiymashishiudo
- Scientific nameAngelica pubescens var.matsumurae
- Alias深山猪独活, Miymashishiudo, アンゼリカ, Angelica
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
What is Miymashishiudo
Miymashishiudo(scientific name:Angelica pubescens var.matsumurae) is a high mountain species of SE second Seri of Angelica Angelica. Central North (sub) Alpine meadows and the rubble like wild. Height 100-150 cm and large, Brown on thick stems. Leaf is 2-3 times there is a serrated margin with pinnately compound leaves.Flower color is white, flower diameter is 10 to 30 cm and has star shaped sparklers.
Common name: Miymashishiudo, Scientific name:Angelica pubescens var.matsumurae, Other name: Habitat: Mainland Central Northern environment: (sub) sunny Alpine meadows and area, Living type: perennial plant: 100-150 cm stem color; Brown on thick leaf: 2-3 times pinnately compound leaf margin serrate available in flower color: white size: often rose sparkler-like compound umbellate inflorescences, Flower diameter: 10-30cm, anthesis: For from August to September, Fruit shape: Flat.