- Flower nameViola verecunda
- Scientific nameViola verecunda
- Alias坪菫, Viola verecunda, tsubo-sumire
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Viola verecunda
Viola verecunda or tsubo-sumire (Scientific Name: Viola verecunda)is a perennial plant of the genus Viola in the family Violetaceae. It grows wild in moist grasslands and forests in feedlots and production areas. The flowers are white, the two upper petals are recurved, the two lateral petals have protruding hairs, and the labial petals have purple streaks.
Common Name: Viola verecunda or tsubo-sumire, scientific name: Viola verecunda, Place of origin: Japan, Locality: Japan, Distribution range: Hokkaido - Kyushu, Environment: Wilderness, Leaf shape: heart-shaped, leaf margin: serrate, leaf blade: serrate, Leaf blade: 4 cm, petiole: 5 cm, leaf margin: serrated, leaf color: green, leaf blade length: 4 cm, petiole length: 5 cm, Leaf blade length: 4 cm; petiole length: 5 cm; flowering season: April-May; flower color: white; flower diameter: 1-2 cm, Flower diameter: 1 to 2 cm.