- Flower nameAleutian avens
- Scientific nameGeum pentapetalum
- AliasAleutian avens, 珍車, Chinguruma, 稚児車
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
- Language of flowersFriendship is second to none
What is Aleutian avens
Aleutian avens (scientific name:Geum pentapetalum), is an alpine deciduous small shrub native to the high mountains of Hokkaido to Northern Honshu. Even small shrubs and dwarf only about 15 cm in height. From the main trunk branches one after another soup ground-hugging, extends into the carpet. After thawing out bud, odd pinnate leaves. Summer flower bloom scape away white 5 petaled flower. In the center of the flower has yellow stamens and pistils. The species flowers after a long hair will be blown by the wind harvest. At this time, autumn leaves, then leaves. Another member of the same rose family with similar white flowers is Chonosukesou (scientific name: Dryas octopetala var. asiatica).
Common name: Aleutian avens, scientific name: Geum pentapetalum , Habitat: Hokkaido-mainland central North living environment: (sub) , aka:Aleutian avens , living type: deciduous small shrub , plant height 10-15 cm, leaf color: green → red, leaf: pinnately compound leaves, leaf numbers: 7, leaf margin: serrated with, corolla: single raw color: white yellow, flower diameter: 2-3 cm,: petals five, stamens and pistils colors: yellow, flowering period: June-August, type fruits: achenes, Flower pillars: growth, feather looks like a wheel, fruits: achenes, fruit length:0.3 cm, notes wind-pollinated species.