- Flower nameGunnai-fuuro
- Scientific nameGeranium eriostemon var. reinii
- Aliasイブキグンナイフウロ, 伊吹郡内風露, 郡内風露, Geranium eriostemon var. reinii
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Low mountains, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Gunnai-fuuro
Gunnai-fuuro (scientific name:Geranium eriostemon var. reinii) is an alpine perennial plant belonging to the family Geraniaceae, native to Japan. In summer, white to red-purple petals bloom sideways in the alpine grasslands of Hokkaido to Chubu. It is famous for its blooming on Mt. Ibuki.
Common name: Gunnai-fuuro, scientific name: Geranium eriostemon var. Reinii, Origin: Japan from Hokkaido to Chubu, Environment: Alpine grassland, Plant height: 30-50 cm, Stem: Hairy, Petiole: Long, Leaf color: Green, Leaf edge: Palm-shaped 5-7 deeply split pieces 3 more shallow fissures, flowering period: June to August, flower orientation: blooms sideways, flower color: white, light pink, reddish purple, inflorescence form: Cyme, corolla diameter: 2.5-3 cm, number of petals: 5 Sheet, number of stamens: 10, fruit shape: capsule.