- Flower nameGymnadenia camtschatica
- Scientific nameNeolindleya camtschatica
- Alias延根千鳥, Neolindleya camtschatica
- Place of originJapan, Korea and Russian Far EAST
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Gymnadenia camtschatica
Gymnadenia camtschatica or Nobine-chidori (Scientific Name: Gymnadenia camtschatica) is native to Korea, Russian Far East and Japan and is a perennial of the family Orchidaceae. It is a plant of one genus. In Japan, it grows naturally in the wetlands of Hokkaido , Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. "Nobina" of the flower name is based on the extension of the roots of the roots. In Greak "Genus name" Neolindleya " means "neos" (new) + Lindleya (genus), and became" Neolindleya genus "(genus Nobuminetrix) independently of the genus Gymnadenia. The Species epithet "camtschatica" is based on "Kamchatka's" of origin.
Generic name: Gymnadenia camtschatica or Nobine-chidori, Scientific name: Neolindleya camtschatica, Synonym: Gymnadenia camtschatica, Habitat distribution: Hokkaido ~ Honshu Central , Shikoku, Kyushu Environment: wetland, height of plant height: 30 to 60 cm, leaf order: alternate, leaf shape: elliptical, leaf margin: corrugated, inflorescence shape: rhinocerus, flower color: pink, flower size: 1 cm, flowering period: 5 Monday to July.