- Flower nameChishimagikyou
- Scientific nameCampanula chamissonis
- Alias千島桔梗, Chishimagikyou
- Place of originJapan and other Asian countries and North America
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Chishimagikyou
Chishimagicyou (scientific name:Campanula chamissonis), early summer-summer is a perennial Alpine gravel and rocky, grassland in platycodon grandiflorum a. DC Department of Campanula bloom. Erect Rhizome crawling next to make stock, low-branching grass stems, bloom with blue-violet color slightly down day flowers one stem at the top. The bell-shaped corolla 5 crack at the tip and white long hair has grown in each lobed. Triangular sepals.
Is similar to iwgikiou (rock Kikyo).
Common name: chamissonis aka:Chishimagikyou name:Campanula chishimagicyou (Kuril Kikyo) scientific name:
Origin: Japan and other Asian countries and North America plant: 5-15 cm, leaf arrangement: alternate, lamina 2-10 cm, with leaf: scrapers, margin entire, asymmetric flower, flowers, flowers: Unary, squeezing: bell-shaped Tip 5 crack, flower color: violet, Corolla length: around 3-3.5 cm and flowers bloom: slightly downward, flowering: mid-June-mid-July, Number of stamens: 5, Jaws: a triangle with base piece with, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, uses: ornamental