- Flower nameImpatiens textor
- Scientific nameImpatiens textori
- Aliasムラサキツリフネ, 紫釣船, 釣船草
- Place of originJapan, Russian, and China
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
- Language of flowersHope
What is Impatiens textor
Impatiens textor or Tsurifuneso (scientific name: Impatiens textori) is Japan to Russian native and it is an annual grass of the Balsaminaceae family. In Japan, it lives in a humid place of the mountains from Hokkaido to Kyushu. The leaves are elliptical and there are blunt saw teeth on the leaf edge. It looks like Impatiens nolitangere, and the flower color and distance shape are different. From summer to autumn, stretch thin inflorescence from the stem apex and hang several blue-purple flowers. The flower is a tubular shape with a dead end, with one corolla on the top and two petals on the bottom. It is an insect flower that gathers honey in the back of a flower and invites bees. It plays seeds when they are fruited. In the same category, there are Impatiens hypophylla, Impatiens nolitangere, Impatiens balsamina and Impatiens walleriana.
Common name: Impatiens textor or Tsurifuneso, Scientific name: Impatiens textori, aka: Touch-me-not, aka: Touch-me-not, Origin: East Asia of Japan -Russia, distribution: Japan (Hokkaido to Kyushu), Environment: Mountain wetland, Living type: annual grass, plant length: 40 to 80 cm, leaf length: 5 to 8 cm, leaf order: alternate, leaf vein: sharp, leaf shape: oval, dull sawtooth, flower color: yellow with red spots inside, flower size: 3 to 4 cm, flowering period: August to October, 3 petals, the lower two valves are larger, the number of stamens: 5, fruits Type: fruit, when the fruit ripens, it fly and flips.