- Flower nameLychnis gracillima
- Scientific nameLychnis gracillima
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Lychnis gracillima
Senju-ganpi (scientific name:Lychnis gracillima) is a perennial herb of the family caryophyllaceae native to Japan. Martian successor nadesico-like inflorescence extends from the slender flower stem tips in the summer-white 5 petaled flower blooms. Low mountain-grows in the forests of the subalpine moist. Flowers are small and have an irregular jagged at the edge of the petals. Tip of the petal, pistil and stamens are both white. R. ex leaf color and the same green, is a neat and clean, invigorating is decorated in white and green.
*The following are the plants of the genus Lychnis.
Embi-sennou (scientific name:Lychnis wilfordi) 、Matsumoto-sennou (scientific name:Lychnis sieboldii) 、Lychnis haageana (scientific name:Lychnis × haageana) 、Senju-ganpi (scientific name:Lychnis gracillima)、Fushiguro-sennou (scientific name:Lychnis miqeliana).
common name: Senju-ganpi, scientific name:Lychnis gracillima, origin: Japan Honshu, living type: perennials, plant height: 30-80 cm, color: white, size: 2 cm: petals five, petal edge: split into two shallow, 切re込mu further, the flowering period: July-August