- Flower nameDaisen kuwagata
- Scientific nameＶeronica schmidtianum subsp. senanense f. daisenense
- Place of originDaisen (Tottori Ken Chubu)
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Hokkaido
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Daisen kuwagata
Daisen kuwagata (scientific name:Pseudolysimachion schmidtianum subsp. senanense f. daisenense) is a member of the Miyama kuwagata and Kikuba kuwagata, and is a summer green perennial herbaceous plant. It is an endemic species of Oyama (Tottori Prefecture). The flowers that bloom in summer are similar to Miyama kuwagata, but the sepals of Daisen kuwagata is not sharp. It extends the inflorescence from the stalk and makes many blue-purple florets bloom. The petal is split 4 deep, with one long pistil from the center of the corolla and two stamens protruding from both sides. The flowers bloom from bottom to top.
Generic name: Daisen-kuwagata, Scientific name: Pseudolysimachion schmidtianum subsp. Senanense f. Daisenense, Place of Origin: Oyama (central part of Tottori Prefecture), Environment: Mountain meadow, Plant height: 20 cm, Leaf edge: Heavy saw blade cutting into wings, Leaf length: 3 to 4 cm Leaf shape: Oval, Phylogeny: Flower color: blue-violet, corolla-shaped: lip-shaped, petal number: 4 Flower diameter: 0.8 cm, flowering period: May to June, numbers of stamen: 2, umbers of pistil: 1, cleft fragment: rounded, fruit Shape: egg spherical.