- Flower nameKikuba kuwagata
- Scientific namePseudolysimachion schmidtianum subsp. schmidtianum
- Place of originHokkaido-Sakhalin
- Place of floweringHokkaido
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Kikuba kuwagata
Kikuba-kuwagata (scientific name:Pseudolysimachion schmidtianum subsp. schmidtianum) is a perennial of the Scrophulariaceae native to Hokkaido, etc.. The native of gravel and rocks of the high mountains and the coast. Since early summer in the summer, extends from the scape tips and axillary racemes and open flat-purple 4 deep cleft with florets 1 to give the 4-wheel.Stamen two sticking out on both sides and one long pistil from Crown Center, its appearance is similar to the Kabuto kuwa and leaves resembling a chrysanthemum leaves and flowers was named.
General name: Veronica schmidtiana ,scientific name:Pseudolysimachion schmidtianum subsp. schmidtianum,origin: Hokkaido-Sakhalin, environment: high mountain and coastal gravel and rocky height: 8 to 20 cm, leaf: egg-shaped, leaf: serrated / feather deep fissure, phyllotaxis: vs., leaf:0.5cm, jointly and bilaterally, Corolla: lip shape (cup-shaped) in tip vertically 2 deep lobed, petals luting, floral: 0, 3 cm, flower color: violet, white, peach, flower diameter:1.0 cm, flowering: mid May-August, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit,