Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis : {Japanese Name : Fuiri Ogura Sumire}
Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis
Totigi / April 22, 2001
Mating parents Viola tokubuchiana Viola yezoensis title=
  • Viola tokubuchiana Makino ( 2n=24 )
  • Viola yezoensis Maxim. f. discolor (Nakai) Hiyama ex F. Maekawa ( 2n=24 )
Scientific Name
Viola x sp.
Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis : {Fuiri Ogura Sumire}
Viola tokubuchiana f. concolor x yezoensis : {Ogura Sumire}
Foreign language name
Stalk Form
Habitat The mountainous district of the partial shade.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas
Flower Shape Middle size.
Color The white flower similar to Viola yezoensis, or light red flower.
Leaf Shape Egg shape. Unevenness along the leaf vein is outstanding, and there is slight hair on the both sides.
Color Basically both sides are deep green.
When Viola tokubuchiana is a parent, the white spots which met the venation come out distinctly, and after a flower does not disappear.
When Viola yezoensis f. discolor a parent, it is assumed that both sides become deep brown.
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosome Number
Reference Information
Others It becomes a closing flower (cleistogamic flower) in many cases.
Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis
Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis
Tokyo / March 31, 2014 Cultivation
 "Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis" and "Viola yezoensis f.sordida" were on display at theexhibition of violet. I decided to go in order to look!

Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis
Viola yezoensis f.sordida Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis
left: "Viola yezoensis f.sordida", right: "Viola tokubuchiana x yezoensis"

Differences are observed in the sawtooth and the shape of the whole leaf...!
And each flowers tips of right photo are just recessed.
Tokyo / March 31, 2014 Cultivation

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