- Flower nameDianthus speciosus
- Scientific nameDianthus superbus var. speciosus
- Place of originGermany
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Dianthus speciosus
Dianthus speciosus or Takane Nadeshko (scientific name:Dianthus superbus var. speciosus) is native German and is a cold-resistant evergreen perennial of the family Caryophyllaceae. In Japan, from Hokkaido to the north of the Chubu region, it grows naturally in alpine grasslands or rocky areas. It is an alpine variant of Kawara Nadeshiko ). It brings the magenta flower, which the tip of the pentaflower further subdivided.
Name: Dianthus speciosus or Takane Nadeshko, scientific name:Dianthus superbus var. speciosus, Place of origin: Germany, habitat: Hokkaido - Chubu Nature from the rural area, Environment: alpine grassland or rocky land, Living type: perennial, stem: upright, plant height: 20 to 30 cm, leaf order: viable, flower color: purplish red, bracts: 2 pairs, flowering period: July - September, the number of petals: 5, the flower size: 4 - 5 cm, the number of stamens 10.