Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその近辺の野生植物
 

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SPRING

Blossoming of plum-trees heralds the end of winter in Japan. As the Siberian air masses that dominated the winter weaken, low pressure and high pressure alternately pass through Japan. Meanwhile, this part of the country also would be enveloped by either one. When enveloped by the high pressure the weather is generally good with lots of sun and warmth but cold at night. On the other hand, however, when low pressure passes there is usually lots of rainfall caused by the moisture brought in by the westerlies from the Sea of Japan. This is the outline of the characteristic of the springtime weather.

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Corylus sieboldiana / Tsunohashibami Carex stenostachys var. stenostachys / Nihonmonjisuge Carex dispalata / Kasasuge Carex ischnostachya / Juzusuge
Bulbophyllum drymoglossum / Mamedutaran Vincentoxicum japonicum / Iyokazura Asparagus cochinchinensis / Kusasugikazura Vincentoxicum japonicum f. puncticlatum / Kurobanaiyokazura
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

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