- Flower nameIbukiboufu
- Scientific nameLibanotis coreana
- Place of originJapan and the Korean Peninsula
- Place of floweringSub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Ibukiboufu
Libanotis coreana or Ibukibofu , (scientific name: Libanotis coreana) is an evergreen perennial plant belonging to the family Apiaceae, which is native to Japan and the Korean Peninsula. It grows naturally in the subalpine grasslands in the east of the Kinki region. Upright stems have a square edge and branch well. The green leaves are similar to carrot leaves, and the leaflets divide further into wings with two or three odd-numbered wings. From summer to autumn, it spreads complex inflorescences from the top of the stalk and blooms many small white flowers.
Common name: Libanotis coreana, Scientific name: Libanotis coreana, distribution: Kinki region to Hokkaido beyond, environment: Sub Alpine grassland, life type: evergreen perennial, stem: upright with square ridge, branch, plant height: 120 cm, leaf shape: 2-3 times winged compound leaf, leaflet: fine cut, inflorescence shape: compound Shape inflorescence, small flower diameter: around 0.5 cm, flower color: white, number of petals: 5, flowering period: July-September, total sepal: under inflorescence, small total sepal: under inflorescence, fruit Shape: oval, fruit shape: fruit.