- Flower nameDraba oiana
- Scientific nameDraba oiana
- Alias白鳳薺, 北岳薺, 八ガ岳薺, Draba oiana
- Place of originEastern Europe and Asia minor
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Draba oiana
Draba oiana (Draba oiana) is an alpine perennial herb endemic to Japan, belonging to the Brassicaceae family of plants. Locally, it grows on rocky areas in high mountains. It is also called hakuho nazuna or yatsugatake nazuna. It produces small cross-shaped white flowers.
Common name: Kitadakea thaliana, Scientific name: Draba oiana, Also known as: Hakuho- nazuna, Yatsugatake nazuna), Place of origin: Northern and Yatsugatake Mountains of the Southern Alps, Distribution: Northern and Yatsugatake Mountains, Living environment: Rocky area of high mountains, Grass height: 10-15 cm, Grass shape: Oblique, Stem color: Brown, Leaves: densely covered with stellate hairs, Leaf shape: ovate, leaf color: white green, leaf length: 1 to 3.5 cm, leaf width: 0.5 to 1.5 cm, leaf order: alternate
Root leaf margins with short projections and serrated teeth, Stem leaf margins: full margins or serrations, Petiole: none; leaf margin: serrated; flower: detached flower; flower color: white; flower diameter: 0.5-0.8 cm; petal length: 0.2 cm; flowering season: June-July; flower shape: cross flower; fruit type: horned; fruit shape: oblong; fruit length: 0.8 cm; seed length: 0.5 cm.