- Flower nameHedyotis coreana
- Scientific nameHedyotis biflora var. parvifolia
- Place of originJapan, the Korean Peninsula, Taiwan
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Hedyotis coreana
Hedyotis coreana, or Sonare-mugura (scientific name: Hedyotis biflora var. Parvifolia) is native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula, Taiwan, and is an evergreen perennial wild grass of the family Rubiaceae. The leaves are shiny and fleshy. In the summer, a tiny, extremely small white flower sticking to the rocky gaps on the coast make bloom. Flowers are four valve flowers.
Common name: Hedyotis coreana,or Sonare-mugura, Scientific name: Hedyotis biflora var. Parvifolia, distribution Distribution: Japan in the south Kanto , Shikoku , Kyusyu, living type: evergreen perennial, leaf color: glossy green, leaf shape: egg shape, leafy: meat, leaf length: 1 to 2 cm, leaf order: contrary, trunk Leaves: with, flowering period: July to September, flower color: white, flower size: 0.3 to 0.4 cm, corolla length: 1.5 to 2 cm.