- Flower nameCorydalis
- Scientific nameCorydalis heterocarpa var. japonica
- Alias黄華鬘, Corydalis
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, September
What is Corydalis
Kikeman (Scandinavian, Scientific name: Corydalis heterocarpa var. Japonica) is an overwintering grass of the family Papaveraceae native to Japan. It grows in a somewhat damp grass field such as a field, a fleet, a coast. Leaves are green or reddish-brown, and can be torn in small pieces with feather-like double leaves 2-3 times. From the thick red upright stem, the flower arrangement is stretched out, and many small bright red, four tubular four flower florets bloom. Flowers bloom little by little so as not to overlap. Fruits after flowers are fruit and are slightly beaded. Unfortunately, all herbs are toxic plants, and they smell bad.
General name:Kikeman, Scientific name: Corydalis heterocarpa var. Japonica, aks: Corydalis, Place of origin: Japan, Habitat distribution: Japan, environment of Kanto to Okinawa, environment: field, fleet, coast, living type: overgrowth, plant height: 40 to 60 cm, leaf shape: leaf shape: 2 to 3 times feathered double leaf, leaf margin: feathery rupture , Leaf color: red brown, amphoteric flower, rhinoceros inflow, flower diameter: 0.5 cm, cylinder length: 2 cm, flowering period: March to May, flower color: yellow, number of petals: 4, petal: 2 on the outside, inside 2, number of stamens: 2, fruit type: fruit shape, fruit shape: lanceolate shape, fruit length: 3 to 4 cm, seed: parallel to 2 rows, Notes: poisonous grass, malodors.