Astilbe odontophylla, a
0.4-1m tall perennial having a compound leaf made of three leaflets,
occurs in forests in mountainous regions. Veins in a booklet look
like they are running parallel to one another. Still, it is
impossible to say it is the case, as they are partially a bit
destroyed, which is one thing that makes it clear to distinguish it
from seemingly the same plant in another family,
Aruncus_dioicus_var._kamtschaticus, whose veins run parallel.
Bloom time: June-July.