- Flower nameMarsh-marigold
- Scientific nameCaltha palustris var. nipponica
- Place of origin temperate regions of the northern hemisphere
- Place of floweringWetlands, River, pond
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July
What is Marsh-marigold
Marsh-marigold or Ryukinka (scientific name: Caltha palustris var. Nipponica) is a perennial plant of the family Ranunculaceae native to temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. From early spring to summer, add 5 or 6 yellow calyxes like flowers in Honshu - Kyushu wetlands and streams. Leaves are kidney shaped and shiny green. The origin of the flower name depends on the stem being upright and the flower being golden. To a group, the leaves are black Crow's bastards . At the same time Mizubasho ) Bloom.
Name: Caltha palustris var. Nipponica, scientific name: Caltha palustris var. Nipponica, the place of birth: temperate regions of the northern hemisphere , hometown: Japan from Honshu to Kyushu, environment: wetlands, plant height: 20 to 25 cm, stem: hollow, leaf color: shiny green, leaf shape: kidney round, leaf width: 5 cm, leaf length: 5 cm, leaf margin: blunt saw tooth, flowering period: July, flower color: yellow, flower diameter: 3 cm, petal number: 0 (sepala which can be seen in flower), number of sepals: 5 to 6, fruit: baguette, fruit length: 1 cm, fruit color: yellow To red, use: for ornamental.