- Flower nameTrientalis Europaea
- Scientific nameTrientalis europaea
- Alias褄取草, Trientalis europaea
- Place of originIn the northern hemisphere temperate zone and frigid zone
- Place of floweringSub-alpine
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Trientalis Europaea
Trientalis Europaea, chickweed-wintergreen, arctic starflower, or tsumatorisou (scientific name:Trientalis europaea) is native to the temperate and boreal regions of the Northern Hemisphere, and is a wild perennial plant in the family Primulaceae. In Japan, it grows naturally on grasslands of subalpine mountains in Hokkaido, Honshu and Shikoku. The plant height is low, and the leaves are broad lanceolate. The phylls are ring-shaped at the top of the stem and alternate at the bottom. In summer, the inflorescence extends upward from the axillary part of the top and blooms white flowers. The flower is about 2 cm in diameter and has 7 splits at the tip. The flower has one pistil and seven stamens.
Generic name: Trientalis Europaea, scientific name: Trientalis Europaea, aka: chickweed-wintergreen, arctic starflower, or tsumatorisou, Habitat distribution: In Japan, Hokkaido to Honshu, Shikoku, Living environment: Subalpine grassland and forest edge, Lifestyle: Perennial, Stem length: 10-15 cm, Leaf color: Green, Leaf shape: Broad lanceolate, Phyllophyte : whorled (upper stem), alternate (lower stem), flowering period: June to July, corolla length: 2 cm, corolla: 7 fissures, number of pistils: 1, one pistil: 7, flowers color: white .