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Newly Added Plants in 2019
 

       

This is what was described in 2018 as a natural hybrid between Fritirallia ayakoana and Fritirallia amabilis. A couple of habitats are known.

 Fritirallia x matsumoi / Iwamikobaimo

 

 

 

I found just a single plant of this on a sedimentary rock made up mainly of calcium carbonate. This forma of Viola ovata-oblonga is characterized by striking hair on each lateral petal.

Viola obato-oblonga f. pubescens / Kenagabatachitsubosumire   

   

 

 

We hardly ever see a double-flowered Anemone nikoensis, but I came across one among the population of its parent species.

 Anemone nikoensis f. plena / Yaeichirinsou

 

 

 

 

I saw this species mingling among the other kind of plants in a wet and dark place, the flowers being beautiful ivory-white ,and leave with lots of hairs on the veins.

 Viola maximowicziana / Komiyamasumire

 

 

 

 

A kind of rare creeping plant rarely found. I saw this having been being fallen down over a country road, along with its supporter, a kind of bamboo already dead.

Anodendron affine / Sakakikazura
 

 

 

 

 

  A white variety of Mazus miquelii. I saw one mingling among the purple species for the first time. 

 Mazus miquelii f. albiflorus / Shirobanasagisou

 

 

 

 

This apparently is the white form of Asarum caulesces, but the first moment I saw it conveyed me another idea.

 Asarum_caulescens_f. / Shirobanafutabaaoi

 

 

 

This species is very common in this part of the country, but the white form is seldom seen.

Wisteria brachybotrys f. alba / Shirobanayamafuji

     
This is a shrub that was found on hilltop in a limestone district, being seen rooting in cracks of rocks.
Zabelia_integrifolia / Iwatsukubaneutsugi      
 Very much looks like Stellaria sessiliflora, but this species have not petioles. I saw it in full bloom in a limestone district.
Stellaria uchiyamana / Yamahakobe      
This is a new species described in 2014. I saw one on a semi-shady slope on a low hill, it being found forming a population of around a dozen.
 Salvia akiensis / Terihanatsunotamurasou      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

     
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