- Flower nameIsodon effusus
- Scientific nameIsodon effusus
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonSeptember, October
What is Isodon effusus
Isodon effusus is endemic to Japan, and perennial herb of the department Lamiaceae of genus Isodon. Lip shaped purple-blue flowers bloom in the fall. from Honshu to Gifu West-live in the shade of the mountains of Kyushu Japan. Bloom the flower lip shaped axils and stem which was a rectangle inflorescence is a cylindrical strip out broke in two. Flower name depends on to choji-shaped flowers to bloom in the fall. It is similar to Isodon longitubus. :I. effusus distribution of East Japan, flower, floral pattern, leaf is relatively long. Other wise ,Isodon longitubusa living in Western Japan, floral print short.
General name: Isodon effusus, scientific name: Isodon effusus, origin: Japan, Shady Habitat: Mainland Kanto, Central Japan, environments: mountains, living type: perennial plant: 60-100 cm, stem form: rectangle, leaf narrow oval, phyllotaxis vs., flower color: purple, flowering: September-October, Star: long and slender should split in two. lip, upper lip: 4 crack, lower lip: boat-shaped, Corolla length: 2 cm Calyx: on three-lobed, lower 2 crack, floral: long (1.~2.5 cm), the fruit type: 4-fruit.