- Flower nameVeratrum maackii longibracteatum
- Scientific nameVeratrum maackii var. longibracteatum
- Place of originJapan, Korea, China
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Veratrum maackii longibracteatum
Veratrum longibracteatum ( scientific name: Veratrum maackii var. longibracteatum ) is a perennial grasses of the Melanthiaceae department of the family Melan native to northern hemisphere. It is alpine breed of Veratrum parviflorum( scientific name: Veratrum maackii var. parviflorum) ,and is low height and beyond than the inflorescence bracts. All herbs are toxic plants.
Common name: Veratrum longibracteatum , scientific name: Veratrum maackii var. longibracteatum , origin: Northern hemisphere, Habitat: Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu of Japan , living environments: mountains, perennial, height: 20-40 cm, blade: Willow-like linear lanceolate-linear, bisexual flowers, male and hermaphrodite flowers, flowers: panicles, flower color: pale yellow-green, flower diameter: 1 cm, flower pieces: 6, number of stamens 6, flower 3, petal-type: 6-petaled flower, flowering: July to August, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit.