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Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

Mitella pauciflora

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"Ko-charumeru-so" (Mitella pauciflora) belongs to the Saxifragaceae (the Saxifrage family). It is a perennial herb that is native to Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan. This herb grows in montane wet forests along streams and can reach 15-25 cm in height. The leaves are broad ovate to round and slightly quintuple-lobate. They have rough and grandular hairs on the both sides. The flowering stalks are borne and bloom pale purple or pale yellowish green flowers from April to June. The petals are divided into finely pinnate segments. The Japanese name "Ko-charumeru-so (Small charamela grass -literally translated)" is derived from the flower-shape. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp