- Flower nameOotachitsubo-sumire
- Scientific nameViola kusanoana
- Alias大立坪菫, Viola kusanoana, Ootachitsubo-sumire
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Ootachitsubo-sumire
Ootachitsubo-sumire , scientific name:Viola kusanoana , is native to Japan,and is a hardy perennial of the department Violaceae , of the genus Viola. Early spring, ranging the purple flowers bloom. Leaves are green and the leaves are serrated leaf edge, heart-shaped. Stem leaves from the flowers begin to bloom.
Compared with too (Tachitsubo-sumire , scientific name:Viola grypoceras) and tasked with reddish flowers are more thoroughly, large, the lip has a purple mesh muscle, is characterized by leaves are roundish, white range.
Common name: ootachitsubo-sumire , scientific name:Viola kusanoana, origin: Japan, distribution: Hokkaido-Kyushu, environment: wet grassland, living type: perennial Height: 30-40 cm, leaf shape, heart shape, leaf length: 3-7 cm, flowering period: May-June, pale purple flower color: reddish-purple in lip muscle for the purple, flower length: 2 cm, ranging colors: white, long distance short