- Flower nameViola mandsurica ebicha
- Scientific nameViola mandsurica cv. ebicha
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Viola mandsurica ebicha
Viola mandsurica ebicha (scientific name: Viola mandsurica cv. Ebicha) is a perennial grass in the family Violaceae native to Japan. It makes a flower of the middle size bloom in the violet, and the representative color of a flower is strong purple-red (maroon). There are the varieties such as purple-red or the white, too. It thrives in a sunny environment. It blooms in a three-dimensionally so that the entire grass rises. There are no stems. The leaves are rounded and spatula-shaped, with a winged petiole.
General name: Viola mandsurica Ebicha, scientific name: Viola mandsurica cv. Ebicha, origin: Japan, height: 5-15 cm, flowering period: April-May, flower diameter:1.5 cm, flower color:strong purple-red (maroon).