- Flower nameScopolia japonica
- Scientific nameScopolia japonica
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringWetlands, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Scopolia japonica
Scopolia japonica is endemic to Japan is the perennial plant of the Scopolia japonica department , of the Scopolia genus. Grow wild wetlands, such as under the forest along the stream in Kyushu from the Mainland. It is a toxic plant alkaloids in the whole plant.
Sprout is similar to the hunt.
Generic name: Scopolia japonica
scientific name:Scopolia japonica,
also known as: Hashiri-dokoro,
origin: Japan distribution: Mainland Kyushu, wetlands and the environment along the swamp forest under, living type: perennials, plant height: 30-60 cm, leaf color: yellow-green, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaf shape: oval, leaf length: 5-15 cm, width: 2-5 cm, leaves: hairless, flower color: dark purple,Flowering period: April-places flowers in may, from the axils 1 wheel with inside a pendulous bell-shaped, small flower: flowers: pale yellow-green tips 5 lobed, Corolla: 2 cm, stamens number UNO: 5, number of pistils: 1, Calyx color: green, Calyx form: bell-shaped Tip 5 lobed, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit shape: spherical, fruit shape: 1 cm, Applications: crude name that roots and rhizomes (rockon), poisonous plants contain scopolin (alkaloids)