- Flower nameBistorta vivipara
- Scientific nameBistorta vivipara
- Alias零余子虎の尾, Bistorta vivipara
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHokkaido
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September
What is Bistorta vivipara
Bistorta vivipara is a perennial herb of the department Polygonaceae Bistorta genus. It grows wild in the grassland of a sub-high mountain to high mountain from the Hokkaido to the north Mainland in Japan. It attaches small sepals looking like a white - pink flowers to the spike in the summer. After a flower, the retainer of the spike has bulbil.
General name : Bistorta vivipara, scientific name:Bistorta vivipara, Origin: Northern Hemisphere boreal Habitat: Japan, Hokkaido-Central North, environment: subalpine-Alpine, environment: grasslands, life type: perennials, plant: 5 to 30 cm, all grass leaves: hairless, wide oval-lanceolate, leaf margin: entire and leaf length: 10 cm, leaf arrangement: alternate, petiole: no, inflorescences form: spikes, Inflorescence length: 3 - 10 cm, petals: no and flower (actually the calyx color): white-pink or flowering (calyx): June-September, florets diameter (actually with lower calyx diameter): 0.3 cm, calyx (looks like a flower): 5 crack, column number: 3, number of stamens: 8, yams: tubers, fruits: achenes, applications: crude.