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

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Chrysosplenium fauriei / Hokurikunekonomesou ホクリクネコノメソウ

Bloom time: May

   
Family:
 
Saxifragaceae /
Yukinoshirtaka


 

Species in the genus Chrysosplenium:


Chrysosplenium album / Shirobananekonomesou
Chrysosplenium echinus / Iwanekonomesou
Chrysosplenium fauriei / Hokurikunekonomesou
Chrysosplenium fauriae f. ferruginiflorum / San'innekonome
Chrysosplenium flagelliferum / Tsurunekonomesou
Chrysosplenium grayanum / Nekonomesou
Chrysosplenium japonicum / Yamanekonomesou
Chrysosplenium kiotense / Botannekonomesou
Chrysosplenium kiotense f. xanthandrum / Kinshibebotannekonomesou
Chrysosplenium macrostemon / Iwabotan
Chrysosplenium macrostemon var. shiobarense / Nikkounekonome
Chrysosplenium nagasei var. nagasei / Hidabotan
Chrysosplenium pilosum / Koganenekonomesou
Chysosplenium tosaense /
Tachinekonomesou

   

Chrysosplenium fauriei / Hokurikunekonomesou ホクリクネコノメソウ

 
Chrysosplenium faurie, a perennial herb growing in wet portions of forests along valleys in mountainous regions, extends runners to set 2-3 pairs of leaves at the ends. Rosettes remain at the bases in flowering time. Flower stalks, dark red, measuring about 10cm tall, are leafless or set as a pair of opposite leaves in the shape of an oval-oblong, approximately 3 cm in length. The leaves have 6-10 teams of obtuse serrations on the margins. Upper bracts are bright yellow and sepals, 4 in number, light green, and erect. Stamens, 8 in number, are longer than the sepals. Anthers are dark red-purple. Bloom time: May.
                     
             
                     

SPRING #3

 

 

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