Viola aetolica : {Japanese Name : none}
Viola aetolica
Tokyo / April 4, 2006 Cultivation
Viola aetolica Viola aetolica
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Section Melanium Ging.
Scientific Name Type species Viola aetolica Boiss. et Heldr.
Variety
Form
Synonym Viola saxatilis ssp. aetolica (Boiss. & Heldr.) Hayek
Origin aetolica : Ancient Greek place name "aetolian"、saxatilis : Growing on a rock
Foreign language name
Stalk Form A flower scape is extended from a stalk, and a flower blooms from each scape.
Habitat Montane-subalpine. Growing in a fertile soil with good drainage, such as bright and dry gravel.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas Southeastern Europe (Greece, former Yugoslavia, Albania)
Others
Flower Shape Small or Middle size, vertically long shape. The shape of the whole flower resembles pansy.
Color Bright yellow.
Spur Inconspicuous.
SeasonIn Europe, it blooms in late spring and in early summer. Some of new varieties are better suited to colder winters than others.
Stigma
Aromatic Scentless.
Others Small and white hair grows densely at the base of the side valve.
Leaf Shape A leaf is round (egg-shaped), and a coarse stipule is outstanding.
Color Both surfaces are deep green.
Others
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosome Number 2n=16,18
Reference Information
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