- Flower nameGentiana nipponica
- Scientific nameGentiana nipponica
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Gentiana nipponica
Gentiana nipponica is native to Japan, Hokkaido-Honshu is a grass of gentian eyes gentian Gentiana genus indigenous to the high mountain wetlands. Bloom in harsh environments because height is 5-10 cm in diameter will only be. Off the stems long oval-shaped yellow-green leaves are opposite, are small leaves close to the ground. Summer flower corymbs, bloom flower of the purplish-blue funnel-shaped 4-wheel upwards at the top. Blue purple areas in the split in the meantime 5 crack tip and narrow Corolla Corolla. In the throat of the corolla is spotted. Closed when the flowers blossom on a sunny day but the bad weather has become an umbrella-shaped. Tateyama rindo( scientific name: Gentiana thunbergii var. minor) are like flowers, but its Corolla and Crown rounded, short in the meantime 5 crack in the blue-violet color, and the corolla throat contains many patches of deep purple color.
Common name: Gentiana nipponica, scientific name:Gentiana nipponica, other name:Miyama rindo, origin: Japan, Habitat: Hokkaido-Honshu, and environment: (sub) Alpine wetland, life: 1 year-grass, stem length: 5-10 cm, length of leaf color: green, leaf: oblong, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaves: Yes, leaves: 1 cm, leaf margin: entire rim, Star funnel-shaped, flowering may-August, Corolla length: 1-2 cm, Corolla: 5 crack between Crown and short, flower color: violet, flower Bloom: tops to upwards of 4-wheel's.