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




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Species in the genus Pseudolysimachion:

Pseudolysimachion ogurae / San'intoranoo
Pseudolysimachion ogurae./ San'intoranoo-pink
Pseudolysimachion schmidtianum ssp. senanense / Miyamakuwagata


Pseudolysimachion ogurare / San'intoranoo サンイントラノオ

Pseudolysimachion ogurare is a perennial herb inhabiting cliff rocks in valleys, rooting deep in narrow clefts, in mountainous regions in the east-to-middle-section of Shimane Pref. Stems, cylindrical, extend erect or diagonally upwards, approximately 50cm in height. Leaves, opposite in lower parts and partly alternate in upper portions, are linear to linear oblong-lanceolate, the tips pointed, and the bases taper toward petioles. Branch tops bear racemes, 5-10cm long, with many blue-purple flowers in them; the racemes bend diagonally upwards at approximately halfway. The flowers are cleft in four. Stamens, two in number, are prominent: Bloom time: AUgust-September.




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