- Flower nameSuhamasou
- Scientific nameHepatica nobilis var. japonica forma variegata
- Alias州浜草, liverwort, ユキワリソウ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
- Language of flowersThey endear people
What is Suhamasou
Suhamasou,(scientific name: Hepatica nobilis var. japonica forma variegata or Anemone hepatica var. japonica f. variegata), is extremely Anemone hepatica and is endemic to Japan-like with a circular head shape leaf lobes vary. Calyx is looking flowers. Shamash and cheshamasou (Hepatica nobilis var. pubescens) are similar. The Shamash (.aponica) Japan Honshu-the native of Shikoku. Cheshamasou (pubescens) is West of Kinki in Japan from the native Shikoku. Shamash (.aponia) is a triangular leaves, 3浅 crack the. Cheshamasou (pubescens) leaves with kidney-shaped lobed leaves tinged with round taste. Cheshamasou (pubescens) leaves both sides hair. On the companions of the Anemone hepatica, Anemone hepatica for please refer to the page.
Generic name: Suhamasou, Scientific name: Anemone hepatica f. Variegata, or Hepatica nobilis f. Variegata, Origin: Japan (Japanese endemic varieties), Distribution: Japan from Honshu to Shikoku, Environment: Half-shade, well-drained place under deciduous trees in mountainous area, Life style: perennial, plant height: 10-15 cm, Root leaf, petal: alternate, leaf shape: triangular, 3 shallow fissures with rounded tip, leaf width: 5 cm, single inflorescence, flower diameter: 1 cm, flowering period: March-April, petals Color (actually sepal color): white, peach, red, petals: 0, number of petals (separation): 6-10, remarks: semi-endangered species.