- Flower nameMiyama kikeman
- Scientific nameCorydalis pallida var. tenuis
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Miyama kikeman
Miyama kikeman (Scientific name: Corydalis pallida var. tenuis) is a species of pbiennial grass in the family Papaveraceae, endemic to Japan. It is a variant of Corydalis pallida var. pallida and grows in the mountains of eastern Japan (north of the Kinki region of Honshu). It has reddish stems and is thinner than Corydalis heterocarpa var. japonica. The flowers are densely arranged and the lobes are finer cut than those of Corydalis heterocarpa var. japonica. The fruit is a capsule and bead-shaped.
Common name: Miyama kikeman, Scientific name: Corydalis pallida var. tenuis, Place of origin: Japan, Habitat distribution: Eastern Japan (Honshu Kinki District and northwards), Environment: Mountainous area, Life style: Perennial, Plant height: 2.5 cm Flowering season: April-June, Flowering color: yellow, Petals: 2 on the outside, 2 on the inside, Fruit type: capsule, fruit shape: linear, fruit length: 2 cm Fruit shape: linear; fruit length: 2-3 cm; seeds: 1 row; seed color: black.