Viola eizanensis : {Japanese Name : Eizan Sumire}
Viola eizanensis
Iwate / May 21, 2005
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Both location are close. But impression of flowers are different.
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Ehime / May 10, 2009 There is no hair to the side valve.
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Gunma / April 27, 2013 Core part is reddish
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Core part is yellowish Tokyo / April 15, 2012 Mt. Takao
Section Patellares (Boissier) Nakai
Scientific Name Type species Viola eizanensis (Makino) Makino : {Eizan Sumire}
Variety
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia Makino : {Hitotsuba Yezo Sumire}
Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia f. leucantha Hiyama : {Narukami Sumire}
Form Viola eizanensis f. candida Hiyama : {Sirobana Yezo Sumire}
Synonym
Origin eizanensis: Derived from the name of Mt. Eizan in Kyoto.
Foreign language name
Stalk Form The individual leaves and flowering stalks emerge directly from the rootstock.
Habitat Little dark west slope which tends to become wet, and a bottom of the woods.
Distribution Japan domestic From Aomori prefecture to Kyushu (Kirishima Island), and many on the Pacific Ocean side in Japan.
Japan overseas
Others
Flower Shape Medium (a corolla is about 20mm).
Color Pale reddish purple or white, purple-striate on low petal.
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others Petal slightly undulate, slight hair in the side petal.
Leaf Shape Blade trilobed, 30 - 70mm long, 20 - 60mm wide.
Color Both surfaces are deep green.
Others In summer larger than in spring.
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosome Number 2n=24
Reference Information
Others Endemic to Japan. Usually with sweet fragrance.
Viola eizanensis Issued by Japan Post 2012/03/01
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Viola eizanensis
We found the unique flower here. Seeing from rear, it seems that quite blooms with two colors.
Gunma / April 19, 2003 Kurabuchi
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Gunma / May 3, 2001 Ikaho May 1, 2006
Viola eizanensis f. leucantha
with simple leaves :Viola eizanensis var. simplicifolia
Gunma / April 25, 1999 Mt. Narukami
Viola eizanensis f. candida
with white flower : Viola eizanensis f. candida
Kanagawa / March 24, 2006 Cultivation
Viola eizanensis
In summer larger than in spring.
Gunma / May 6, 2000 Mt. Akagi
V. eizanensis var. simplicifolia Viola eizanensis
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Kanagawa / April 8, 2001 Mt. Jinba
Viola eizanensis Viola eizanensis
Kumamoto / April 3, 2011 Cultivation
Viola eizanensis
Totigi / May 2, 2009 alt.=680m

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