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Pilea pseudopetiolaris / Komiyamamizu コミヤマミズ

Bloom time: August-October

Urticaceae /


Species in the genus Pilea:

Pilea japonica / Yamamizu
Pilea peploides / Kokemizu
Pilea petiolaris / Miyamamizu
Pilea pseudopetiolaris / Komiyamamizu
Pilea pumila / Aomizu 


Pilea pseudopetiolaris / Komiyamamizu コミヤマミズ


Pilea pseudopetiolaris is an annual found in damp places in the shade of a tree in mountainous regions, with long rhizomes and stems 50-80cm in height. Leaves, with 3-6cm long petioles, are oval-like long oblong, with sharp tips, bases orbicular, margins with obtuse serrations, conspicuous three veins, and sparse hairs on surfaces. Dioecious: Flowers set themselves in cymes; male flowers measure 1.8mm in diameter and cleft in four, and female ones with single perianths divided. Bloom time: August-October.





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