- Flower nameKirengeshoma
- Scientific nameKirengeshoma palmata
- Alias黄蓮華升麻, きれんげしょうま
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Kirengeshoma
Kirengeshoma (scientific name: Kirengeshoma palmata) is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Hydrangeaceae family, in the genus Kirengeshoma, native to Japan. The main flower alone makes up one genus and one species. It is found in the mountainous regions of Kinki to Kyushu. The leaves are larger than the flowers and have a circular shape with shallow palmate lobes and pointed lobes, with a height of about 120 cm. The flowers have several sparse yellow trumpet-shaped flowers on the conical inflorescence.
Common name: Kirengeshoma , Latin name: Kirengeshoma palmata , Habitat: Kinki-Kyushu Japan, Living Environment: mountainous region, Life-Type: Perennial, Stem Height: 80-120 cm, Leaf Color: Green, Leaf Form: Cylindrical with shallow palmate lobes, Leaf Body: 20 cm, Inflorescence: Conical inflorescence, Inflorescence: Conical inflorescence, Small Flower: Bearing several trumpet-shaped flowers, Flower Direction: Downward, Flower Diameter: 2 cm, Number of Petals: 5, Flowering Period: August-August, Flower Color: Yellow, Number of Stamens: 15, Number of Stamens: 3, Fruit Type: Shuo Fruits.