- Flower namePhyllodoce aleutica
- Scientific namePhyllodoce aleutica
- Place of originJapan, Kuril, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Aleutian and Alaska,
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Phyllodoce aleutica
Phyllodoce aleutica or Aono tsugazakura (scientific name: Phyllodoce aleutica) is native to Japan, Kuril, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Aleutian , and Alaska, and is an alpine evergreen shrub in the family Ericaceae.
It grows naturally on grasslands and rocky areas in the alpine area north of Hokkaido and central Honshu.
The leaves are green, cortical, 1 cm long and 0.15 cm wide, alternating with alternate.
Blooming light yellow-green, pot-shaped flowers, 4 to 7 flowers downward at the tip of the branch.
The fruit is turned upward after the flower.
The species name 'aleutica' is based on 'Aleutian', which is a reference sample in the place of origin.
Generic name: Phyllodoce aleutica, Scientific name: Phyllodoce aleutica,
Origin: Japan, Kuril, Sakhalin, Kamchatka, Aleutian, Alaska origin in the North Pacific,
Tree height: 7-40 cm, phylla: alternate, leaf shape: linear,
Flower color: green-yellowish-white, flower shape: pot-shaped, flower diameter: 0.6-0.9 cm,
flowering period: July-August, fruit type: fruit.