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Samolus parviflorus / Haihamabossu ハイハマボッス

Bloom time: June-August

Primulaceae /


Species in the genus Samolus:

Samolus parviflorus / Haihamabossu


Samolus parviflorus / Haihamabossu ハイハマボッス

Samolus parviflorus is a perennial herb found in various places, like damp sections of wetlands in coastal areas, inland provinces, mountain streamsides, etc. Stems are slender and grow, having emerged branches diagonally upwards, up to 10-30cm in height. Leaves are simple; radical ones have long petioles, while on-stem leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, in the shape of an oblong or obovate, 2-6cm in length, 1-2cm in width, the tips not sharp, and the margins are entire. Flowers, white, 10-20 in number, each 0.2-0.3cm in diameter, bloom in racemes on the tops of the stem; Corollas are cleft in 5 lobes. Bloom time: June-August.




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