- Flower nameMiyama Azumagiku
- Scientific nameErigeron thunbergii subsp. glabratus
- Place of originEast Asia such as Japan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Miyama Azumagiku
Miyama Azumagiku (Scientific name: Erigeron thunbergii subsp. Glabratus) is a high-altitude subspecies of the perennial plant "Aster savatieri (Azumagiku, 学名：Erigeron thunbergii） , which is native to East Asia such as Japan. In Japan, it grows in hilly areas and grasslands of Takayama north of Hokkaido and central Honshu. Because it is an alpine plant, its plant height is as low as 5 to 15 cm. The leaves are rooted fresh leaves from the ground, and both sides have sparse hair. The flower stem is taken out from between the rooted leaves and one light purple head flower is made to bloom on the tip.
General name: Miyama Azumagiku, Scientific name: Erigeron thunbergii subsp. Glabratus, Habitat distribution: Hight mountain, north of central Hokkaido to Honshu, Plant height: 5 to 15 cm Flora: Root fresh leaf, Leaf type: Hera type, Flower color: Light blue purple : Light purple, flowering season: cultivar from late April to mid May, own season from July to August.