- Flower nameAsarum fudsinoi
- Scientific nameAsarum fudsinoi
- Alias藤野寒葵, Fujino kan-aoi, wild ginger, カンアオイ
- Place of originAmami Oshima Island
- Place of floweringSpecific area
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, May, December
- Language of flowersSecret love
What is Asarum fudsinoi
Asarum fudsinoi or commonly called as Fujino Kan-Aoi (scientific name: Asarum fudsinoi) is a kind of perennial ’ Kan-Aoi (wild ginger, scientific name: Asarum)′ of the family Aristolochiaceae,and is a unique variety of Amami Oshima Island in Japan. It grows naturally under the trees. Flowers (in fact, calyx) are larger than other wild ginger (Kan-aoi), and many spices are light green or pale yellow on the inside. It has several green shiny heart shaped leaf to the tip of a long petiole. From winter to late spring, a flower makes bloom at the base of the leaf stem. The flower has a tubular shape with three tears at the tip. The fragments are rounded. "Species fidasinoi" is a contribution to a botanist "Dr. Yorinaga Fujino". It is designated as an endangered species.
General name: Asarum fudsinoi , scientific name: sarum fudsinoi, synonym: Heterotropa fudsinoi, aka: Fujino Kan-Aoi (in Japanese), wild ginger, origin: Amami-Oshima Island,grass length: 10 to 20 cm, leaf color: green, leaf shape: heart shape, leaf quality: glossy, leaf length: 8 to 20 cm, petiole: long, flower color (sepia color): green · yellow green etc. flower length: 5 to 6 cm, flowering period: December to May next year.