- Flower namePlatanthera hologlottis
- Scientific namePlantanthera hologlottis maxim.
- Aliasジャコウチドリ, 麝香千鳥, 水千鳥
- Place of originJapan, China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Wetlands
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Platanthera hologlottis
Platanthera hologlottis (scientific name:Plantanthera hologlottis) is a perennial grass of orchidaceae family native to Japan and grows naturally in Kyushu from Hokkaido. Has a line of needle-shaped green leaves, with palmately lobed, attaches to the stem. Bloom White Helmet-shaped flowers on spikes stretched from stem tips in the summer. Flower is tongue-shaped lip side valve has two, one and consists of a single vision. Flowers from flowers that look like staggered was named.
Common name: Platanthera hologlottis (water Plover), Scientific name:Plantanthera hologlottis, Aka: jacoutideri (musk staggered), origin: Japan, China, Habitat: Hokkaido-Kyushu, environment: mire, leaf: line of needle-shaped, leaf length: height 15 cm, held, stem with leaf color: green, leaf arrangement: Alternate: available lip of corolla: side 2, rays, ranging between 50 and 100 cm, flower diameter:1 - 1.5 cm, color: white, flowering period: June to July.