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

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A big cold northerly air mass collides with a warm southerly one. The former slips into the other, forcing it aloft; this causes making up a composite front over, roughly, Shimane and the neighboring prefectures. Because either of the two different masses is as powerful as the other, the act remains stationary for a long duration, the tsuyu mentioned above. The tsuyu usually ends in the middle of July in Shimane. Then full summer begins. The summer is sweltering and humid, but the green leaves around are so beautiful.

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Tilia japonica / Shinanoki Tipularia japonica / Hitotsubokuro Tofieldia japonica / Iwashoubu Tradescantia_fluminensis / Tokiwatsuyukusa
Trapa japonica / Hishi Triadenum japonicum / Mizuotogiri Trichosanthes kirilowii var. japonica / Kikarasuuri Tricyrtis affinis / Yamajinohototogisu
Tripterospermum japonicum / Tsururindou Tulotis ussuriensis / Tonbosou Tylophora aristolochioides / Ookamomeduru Tylophora floribunda / Kokamomeduru
TTypha australis / Himegama ypha latifolia / Gama Typha orientalis / Kogama Utricularia bifida / Mimikakigusa
Utricularia caerulea / Hozakinomimikakigusa Utricularia tenuicaulis / Inutanukimo Utricularia yakusimensis / Murasakimimikakigusa Vaccinium ciliatum / Aragenatsuhaze
Vaccinium japonicum / Akushiba Vaccinium oldhamii / Natsuhaze Vaccunium smallii var. smallii / Oobasunoki Vaccunium smallii var. versicolor / Kansaisunoki
Valeriana fauriei f. albiflora / Shirobanakanokosou Veratrum grandiflorum / Baikeisou Veratrum maackii var. japonicum / Shurosou Veratrum maackii var. parviflorum / Aoyagisou
Verbascum thapsus / Birohdomouzuika Veronica anagallis-aquatica / Ookawadisha Veronica ornata / Touteiran Veronica undulata / Kawadisha
Viburnum odoratissimum var. awabuki / Sangoju Viburnum sieboldii var. obovatifolium / Hirohagomagi Viburnum urceolatum / Yamashigure Viburnum wrightii / Miyamagamazumi
Vicia amoena / Tsurufujibakama Vicia dasycarpa / Nayokusafuji Vicia venosa ssp. cuspidata var. cuspidata / Ebirafuji Vincentoxicum atrantum / Funabarasou
 
Vincentoxicum pycnostelma / Suzusaiko Viola verecunda var. semilunaris / Agisumire Vitex rotundifolia / Hamagou  
       

 

 

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Viburnum odoratissimum var. awabuki is an evergreen tree growing up to 20m in height; the leaves being opposite or with three blades in whole, each 7-20cm in length, 4-8cm in width, glossy, the margins are entire or somewhat wave-likely serrated. Petioles are1-4.5cm in length. Branch tops emerge panicles of 5-16cm-long and 8-16cm-wide. Flowers are white, 6-8mm across; the corollas cleft in five.

 

 

 

 

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