- Flower nameAsarum hatsushimae
- Scientific nameAsarum hatsushimae
- Place of originendemic to Tokunoshima Island
- Place of floweringSpecific area
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Asarum hatsushimae
Asarum hatsushimae (scientific name: Asarum hatsushimae) is a species of hatsushimae endemic to Tokunoshima Island, Japan. The leaves are dark green, without gloss or mottling. It produces tubular, pale yellow flowers from February to April. The flowers (sepals) are characterized by long petals.
Common name: Asarum hatsushimae, scientific name: Asarum hatsushimae, habitat: Tokunoshima Island, Kyushu, Japan, type of habit: Perennial, leaf color: dark green without glossy spots, leaf shape: ovate, leaf blade length: 7-12 cm, leaf width: 5-7 cm, flower color (sepal color): pale yellow to pale green, sepal tube length: 2 cm, flower diameter: 1 .5 cm; money length: 2-6 cm; flowering season: February-April.