- Flower nameConandron ramondioides
- Scientific nameConandron ramondioides
- Aliasイワヂシャ, 岩萵苣
- Place of originJapan and Taiwa
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Conandron ramondioides
Conandron ramondioides(scientific name: Conandron ramondioides) is a perennial grass in the family Gesneriaceae, which is native to Japan and Taiwan. In Japan, it grows in clusters on the damp banks of mountains from Honshu to Kyushu and Okinawa. It has only two or three leaves per plant. In summer, it produces purple, five-lobed, wheel-shaped flowers in the conglomerate that are produced from rhizome leaves.
Common name: Conandron ramondioides, Scientific name: Conandron ramondioides; Aka: Iwatabacco, Origin: Japan to Taiwan; Living type: Perennial; grass height: 10 cm; Leaf length: 20 cm; Leaf width: 10 cm; Leaves Form: oblong, leaf color: green, leaf margin: serrated, radiomorphism, inflorescence: conglomerate, diameter: 1 to 1.5 cm, flowering season: July-August, flower color: reddish-purple, corolla: wheel-shaped with 5 lobes at the tip, number of stamens: 5, fruit: capsule.