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




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Rosaceae /


Species in the genus Rosa:

Rosa sambucina / Yamaibara
Rosa multiflora / Noibara
Rosa rugosa / Hamanasu
Rosa wichuraiana / Terihanoibara


 / Noibara ノイバラ

Rosa multiflora, a deciduous shrub growing to around 2m in height, inhabit dry riverbeds, plains, or forest edges. Stems branch well, stand, but generally lean-to and climb other vegetations. Leaves are in an alternate arrangement, of a 10cm-long imparipinnate compound leaf; leaflets, 3-4 pairs, 2.5cm-long long-oblong, terminal ones a bit larger than the others, with margins serrated. Flowers, white, approximately 2cm in diameter, fragrant, with many stamens, come in panicles borne on branch tops; generally, 5-petaled, in the shape of an obovate, and pistils are in small number. Bloom time: May-June.




inserted by FC2 system