- Flower namePotentilla anemonifolia
- Scientific namePotentilla anemonifolia
- AliasPotentilla anemonifolia, 雄蛇苺, オトコヘビイチゴ[
- Place of originJapan, Korea and China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Potentilla anemonifolia
Potentilla anemonifolia (Potentilla anemonifolia) is a creeping perennial wildflower of the family Rosaceae, native to Japan, Korea and China. Its stems creep along the ground. The rhizomatous leaves are palmately shaped like a maple, and the stem leaves are 3-veined compound leaves. It produces many yellow five-petaled flowers from spring to early summer. The petals are heart-shaped.
Common name: Potentilla anemonifolia; scientific name: Potentilla anemonifolia; plant height: 20-50 cm; rhizomatous leaves: palmately compound; stem leaves: 3-veined compound; leaf margins: serrate; flowering season: April-June; flower diameter: 1 cm.
Number of stamens: 20, Flowering season: April-June; Flower diameter: 1 cm; Stamens: 20; Fruit type: achene, Fruit color: brown.