- Flower nameHepatica pubescens
- Scientific nameHepatica nobilis var. pubescens
- Alias毛州浜草, liverwort
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Hepatica pubescens
Kehamasou (scientific name: Hepatica nobilis var. pubescens, or Anemone hepatica var. pubescens) is extremely Anemone hepatica is endemic to Japan-like with a circular head shape leaf lobes vary. Calyx is looking flowers. Similar to Shamash, but rather triangular leaf than kidney-shaped, and even tinged with round leaf lobes.
Anemone hepatica about fellow Anemone hepatica (triangular grass) for please refer to the page.
Common name: Kesuhamasou (scientific name:Hepatica nobilis var. pubescens, or Anemone hepatica var. pubescens, also known as mealy liverwort, corigin: Japan (Japan-specific variant) distribution: Central West of Honshu of Japan environment: mountainous half-day in the shade of unwholesome good place living type: perennials, plant 5-15 cm, basal leaves, leaf arrangement: alternate leaf: kidney-shaped like a triangle with three deep fissure, leaf width: 5 cm, only apical inflorescence, flower diameter: 1.5-3 cm The flowering time: March-April, petal color (actually sepals color): white, peach, purple, petals: 0, petal (sepals number): 6-10, note: Associate endangered species