Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその周辺の野生植物
 

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This website comprises albums of wildflowers and trees found in and around Shimane, one of Japan's 47 prefectures, inclusive of Hokkaido. Shimane is situated far west of Tokyo, it faces the Sea of Japan on the north, and valleys and mountains cut off the south side edges for the most part. The long-running mountain ridge forms the prefectural boundary between Hiroshima and Shimane. The western end of Shimane borders on Yamaguchi, and the east end on Tottori.

 

 

Pseudolysimachion ogurae f. / Akabanasan'intoranoo, whose habitat is only in Shimane

Each of the four seasons here is very distinct, and atmospheric temperature ranges from below 0 to around 34 degrees Celsius, depending on the season. Generally, there is relatively a lot of rainfall. The type of soil is acidic and partly alkaline; pH value ranges from 5.0 to 8.0. Therefore, I consider that this part of the country enriches environmental factors that create flora diversity.
All the flowers here are in broken-down-into four categories by season, and new photos will be added from time to time or replaced with predecessors.

All the thumbnail images on this website accompany italicized scientific name followed by Japanese name in non-italic. You might click on a thumbnail image to enlarge or click on the scientific/Japanese name beneath it to see more photos.


 

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