- Flower nameAsarum aspera
- Scientific nameAsarum aspera
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Botanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, December
What is Asarum aspera
Asarum aspera or commonly called as Miyako Kan-aoi (scientific name: Asarum aspera) is a varieties of "Kanaoi (Scientific name: Asarum)" which is an evergreen perennial of the family Aristolochiaceae. It grows naturally in the forest of mountain of West Japan to Shikoku. The leaves are green and spotted and there is no gloss as hair grows. Flower (calyx) is necked at the top and spreads 3 and spreads. The inside of the flower (calyx) is purple, and it becomes a lattice shape by vertical and horizontal ridge lines.
Generic name: Miyako Kanayoi, Scientific name: Asarum aspera, Also known as: Miyakoao (Tokyoosui), Classification name: Plant kingdom Angiospermias genuine twin leafs Pepper Prunus species Coleoptera, Origin: Japan, habitat distribution: Yamano, Environment: , Leaf length: 7 cm, leaf shape: egg shape, leafy: hairy and flirting on the surface, flower color (calyx): purple, flower size: 2 cm, flower length: 1 cm, flower shape: hemisphere, stamen Number: 12, number of spells: 6, number of pillars: 6, fruit diameter: 1.5 cm, flowering period: April.