- Flower nameGentiana cruciata
- Scientific nameGentiana cruciata
- AliasCrossed gentian, Gentiana, Gentiana cruciata
- Place of originEurope and Australia
- Place of floweringSub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Gentiana cruciata
Kreuz-Enzian (Scientific name: Gentiana cruciata) is a perennial herb of the Gentian Genus Gentian genus, native to Europe and Australia.
It grows naturally on subalpine forest edge and dry grassland. The inflorescence is extended from the flower stem tip and axiles, and several dark blue tubular flowers are brought together to bloom. The shape of the leaves attached to the rosette-like roots and stems is a cruciform, so it was a symbol of salvation leading to Jesus Christ in the Middle Ages.
For gentian associates, Spring gentian(Scientific nameGentiana verna) etc. Ezo rindo (scientific name: Gentiana triflora var. japonica) for Japanese varieties Please refer to.
Common name: Cross gentian (Kreuz-Enzian), scientific name: Gentiana cruciata, aka: Crossed gentian, Gentiana cruciata, habitat distribution: Europe, Australia, Environment: (Sub)alpine forest edge, dry grassland, stem length: 10-40 cm, flower shape: bell type, leaf length: 10-40 cm, leaf width: 1-3 cm, leaf color: green, attach the leaves: opposite, flower color: purple, flower length: 2 cm, flowering stage: July to October, pollination: insect.