- Flower nameThalictrum tuberiferum
- Scientific nameThalictrum tuberiferum
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Sub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Thalictrum tuberiferum
Thalictrum tuberiferum or Miyamakaramatsu (scientific name: Thalictrum tuberiferum) is an alpine deciduous perennial in the family Ranunculaceae, native to Japan. In summer, it produces small white flowers that grow in multiple scattered inflorescences from the tips of a thin stem. The white petal-like flowers that look like small flowers are made up of stamens. The stamens are thicker at the tip than at the base. The stamens have a thin stem at the base. The leaves are two to three times triplicate, which distinguishes it from other larch grasses. The leaves die in autumn.
The petiole has no mending leaves at the base of the petiole.
Common name: Thalictrum tuberiferum, scientific name: Thalictrum tuberiferum, aka: Miyama-Karamatsu, Habitat distribution: subalpine to alpine, Hokkaido to Kyushu, Environment: forest edge, life type: alpine perennials, Grass height: 50-60 cm, leaf shape: 2 to 3 times 3-departed compound leaves, Flowering season: June-August, small flowers (actually stamens) Color: white, Flower diameter (actually stamen diameter): 1 cm.