- Flower nameWester bleeding-heart
- Scientific nameDicentra formosa ssp. oregana
- Aliasハナケマンソウ, アメリカケマンソウ, アメリカコマクサ, wild bleeding heart, 花華鬘草
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, June
What is Wester bleeding-heart
Wester bleeding-heart (Scientific name: Dicentra formosa ssp. Oregana) is a variant of North American native fellow Hannah Kemansou (Flower of Euphorbia), a member of Kemansou and Comersa. The plant height is about 50 cm, and it is the height between those two kinds. Root leaf is split two times in three biloba leaves into split pieces. From spring to early summer, it brings flower stems from between the leaves, hanging florets in flower arrangement extending from the tip. The genus 'dicentra' is a compound word of the Greek 'dis' (two) and 'centron' (distance) and comes from two flower shapes.
Generic name: Dicentra formosa oregana, Scientific name: Dicentra formosa ssp. Oregana, Place of origin: Western North America such as Oregon and California, plant height: 50 cm, root foliage, root shape: Petiole: long, inflorescence: rhinoceros inflorescence, corolla type: bell bell type, flowering period: March to June, flower size: 2 cm, flower color: pale yellow color on the ground, number of petals: 4 .