Viola yedoensis x variegata var. nipponica : {Japanese Name : Fukuzawa Sumire}
Viola yedoensis x variegata var. nipponica
Tokyo / April 5, 1998 Cultivation
Mating parents > Viola yedoensis Viola variegata var. nipponica
  • Viola yedoensis Makino ( 2n=24 )
  • Viola variegata Fisch. ex Ging. var. nipponica (Makino) F.Maekawa ( 2n=24 )
Scientific Name
Viola x sp.
Viola yedoensis x variegata var. nipponica
Foreign language name
Stalk Form
Habitat It can be assumed to be forest and forest edge rather dry bright.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas
Flower Shape Middle size. There is a hair to the side valve.
Color In general, the flowers are purple similar to Viola yedoensis.
Leaf Shape Egg-shaped lanceolate or lanceolate elliptical.
Color Surface is dark green, the back take on a dark purple.
Others Fine white hair is growing.
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosome Number
Reference Information
It was found by Mr. Hama in Fukuzawa (Suwa city, Nagano Prefecture) in 1967.

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