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

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Anemone nikoensis / Ichirinsou イチリンソウ

Bloom time: April-May

   
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 nikoensis / Ichirinsou イチリンソウ

 

Anemone nikoensis: A 10-30cm in height perennial herb occurs on forest edges in fields and mountains. Rhizomes run sideways to propagate. Leaves are of bipinnately compounds that cut themselves in small segments afresh, not making radical leaves at the bases of the plants. Stem tips generate single, erect flower stalks and set single approximately 4cm in diameter flowers; petal-like sepals, 5-6 in number, are white - inside is white and outside tinges re-purple to light red. Many stamens and pistils. Very rarely do two- to three-flowered individuals appear. Bloom time: April- May. 

                     
               
      3-flowered 3-flowered            

SPRING #1

inserted by FC2 system