Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata : {Japanese Name : Nisiki Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata
Kanagawa / March 23, 2008 Cultivation
Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata
Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata
Chiba / April 29, 2003 Cultivation
Section Patellares (Boissier) Nakai
Scientific Name Type species Viola mandshurica W. Becker : {Sumire} Published in: Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 54:179. (1917)
Variety Viola mandshurica var. ikedaeana (W. Becker) F. Maek. : {Hokoba Sumire}
Viola mandshurica var. triangularis (Fr. et Sav.) Mizushima : {Atuba Sumire}
Viola mandshurica var. triangularis f. niijimensis (Nakai) F. Maek. et T. Hashim. : {Niijima Sumire}
Viola mandshurica var. triangularis f. pubigera Hiyama ex F. Maek. : {Ke-atuba Sumire}
Form Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata Hort. ex F. Maek. : {Nishiki Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. crassa (Tatew.) F. Maek.> : {Anama Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. dispar Honda : {Nokogiri Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. hasegawae Hiyama, 1956 : {Sirokane Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. horomuiensis Sugim., 1965, nom. nud. : {Horomui Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. macrantha (Maxim.) Nakai ex Kitag. : {Obana Sumire}
Viola mandshurica f. plena Hort. ex F. Maek. : {Komoro Sumire}

Viola mandshurica f. glabripetalla Hiyama : {Wakasyu Sumire}
Synonym Viola mandshurica f. macrantha (Maxim.) Nakai ex Kitag.
Viola mandshurica var. boninensis (Nakai) M. Mizushima
Viola mandshurica var. boninensis f. bicolor
Viola niijimensis Nakai
Viola patrinii var. triangularis Franch. & Sav.
Viola taiwaniana Nakai
Origin Viola mandshurica : Manchurian (Northeastern region of China), ikedaeana : person's name (S. Ikeda),
triangularis : triangular, crassa : thick, fleshy
Common names 【Chinese】東北菫菜、紫花地丁、【Korean】제비꽃
Stalk Form Following mother class except for the pattern of the leaf (colorful spots).
Habitat
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas
Others
Flower Shape
Color
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others
Leaf Shape
Color There are irregular plaques due to three colors of white, yellow, and light red.
Others The plaques will disappear in the summer. Sprouts may enter the new bud of autumn.
Seed Shape Following mother class.
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosomal Number
Reference Information
Others Genetically completely fixed. Cultivation record is old. It has been cultivated since the Edo period.

Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata
Chiba / April 26, 2014 Cultivation
Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata Viola mandshurica f. albo-variegata
Chiba / May 20, 2014 Cultivation

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