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

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Angelica japonica / Hamaudo ハマウド

Bloom time:  April-June

   
Family:
 
Apiaceae /
Serika


 

Species in the genus Angelica:


Angelica dahurica / Yoroigusa
Angelica japonica / Hamaudo
Angelica polymorpha / Shiranesenkyuu
Angelica pubescens / Shishiudo

   

Angelica japonica / Hamaudo ハマウド

 

Angelica japonica is a robust-growing perennial inhabiting seashore sandy soils; stems are stout, tinging dark purple, and branches are on the upper parts. Leaves are also robust, with bi- to tri-pinnate compounds and pedicles swollen at the bases to grow sheath-like kinds of stuff. Leaflets are egg-shaped, oblong, thick, tough, glossy, and have serrated margins. Branch tops emerge compound umbels in which many small white flowers bloom densely. Involucral bracts at the bases of petioles are slender. Bloom time: April-June.

                 
                     
                     
                     

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