- Flower namePyrola alpina
- Scientific namePyrola alpina
- Place of originJapan and the southern Kuril Islands
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Pyrola alpina
Pyrola alpina,(Scientific name: Pyrola alpina) is an alpine evergreen perennial plant in the family Ericaceae native to Japan and the southern Kuril Islands.
It grows from early summer to summer under coniferous trees from the upper low mountain belt to the lower high mountain belt in Hokkaido to central Honshu and northward. .
From among the rosette-like root leaves, the flower stalks emerge in summer to form a raceme from the tip, with small white bell-shaped flowers pointing downward.
Generic name: Pyrola alpina, Scientific name: Pyrola alpina,
Classification: Monocotyledonous plants of the plant kingdom, azaleas, azaleas,
Habitat distribution: Hokkaido - the central Honshu region and northwards,
Environment: Grows under coniferous trees in sub-alpine zone.
Living type: alpine evergreen perennial flowering season: July-August;
flower diameter: 0.3 cm; Raceme, flower color: white;
small flower shape: bell-shaped and downward-flowering,
Fruit type: capsule (capsule), capsule diameter: 0.5 cm.