- Flower nameVeronica
- Scientific nameVeronica ornata
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJune, September, October
- Language of flowersFaithful
What is Veronica
Veronica ornata (Veronica ornata,) is a species of dwarf herb that is endemic to Japan and belongs to the genus Veronica. It grows in coastal areas of Japan such as the Chugoku region and the Oki Islands. The stems are erect and cylindrical. The stems and leaves are covered with white hairs and are whitish-green. The flowers are about 0.8 cm in diameter, bluish-purple to purple, with four lobes at the tips of the petals. The Japanese name "Dongting" is the name of a famous lake in China.
Common name: Veronica ornata, scientific name: Veronica ornata, also known as Toteiran, plant length: 40-50 cm, origin: Japan, horticultural species, leaf length: 5-10 cm, leaf width: 1.5-10 cm, Leaf width: 1.5-2 cm; Leaf shape: lanceolate; leaf margin: serrate; Inflorescence: opposite; Inflorescence: acicular; stamens: 2; pistils: 1; flower color: bluish purple; flower diameter: 0.8 cm; flowering season: September-October; fruit type: capsule; fruit shape: round; uses: garden, potted, planter.