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

 

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Family:
 
Ranunculaceae /
Kinpougeka


 

Species in the genus Anemone:


Anemone flaccida / Nirinsou
Anemone hupehensis var. japonica / Shuumeigiku
Anemone keiskeana / Yukiwariichige
Anemone nikoensis / Ichirinsou
Anemone nikoensis f. plena / Yaeichirinsou
Anemone pseudo-altaica / Kikuzakiichige
Anemone reddeana / Azumaichige
 

   

Anemone keiskeana / Yukiwariichige ユキワリイチゲ

 
Anemone keiskeana, a perennial, so-called a spring ephemeral, inhabits along the valleys or in the forests in mountainous regions, its rhizomes, thick and purple, crawling sideways. Radical leaves, dark green, consist of 3 leaflets, each triangular-oval shape with serrations on the margin. In the springtime, the leaves tinge light brown with white spots on them, the bottom sides purple-tinged. Leaves on stems are whorl at the stem tops in 3 segments, and in the center, borne peduncles with 3-3.5cm-in-diameter white to light purple flowers, opening facing upward. Bloom time: February-March.
                     
         
                     

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