- Flower nameAsarum minamitanianum
- Scientific nameAsarum minamitanianum
- Place of originMiyazaki (Japan)
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Asarum minamitanianum
Asarum minamitanianum is a kind of perennial "asarum" native only in Miyazaki Prefecture, stretched long tip of the calyx lobes of the three ridges in the calyx tube becomes a bulkhead.
Common name:Asarum minamitanianum, scientific name: Asarum minamitanianum, aka: Onaga kan-aoi, origin: Miyazaki prefecture, Habitat distribution: lucidity forest, Environment: Rock Grass, living type: evergreen perennials, plant height: 5 to 20 cm, stalk: short axis color: dark purple, nature: ground, scallop, leaves: alternate, leaf shape: the tip is sharp oval and the base is heart, leaf color: Dark green color, number of leaves: several on the stem, petiole: Yes, leaf length: 7 to 10 cm, leaf width: 5 to 9 cm, radially symmetric flower, petal: not degenerate. It seems like a flower is the sepals with which three calyxes are combined, flower color (actually, calyx): dark purple, flower form (calytomorphic form): bell type, the tip is three fissured and flat, the number of sepals: 3 Sheet. Three calyx pieces form a seal cylinder coalesced. Flowering period: April, chin cylinder diameter: 1.5 cm, length of chin cylinder: 1.5 cm, number of stamens: 12, number of pistols: 6, with the tip of the carcass piece growing long (some elongated by 15 cm).