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Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata

Houttuynia cordata
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The Tsi (Houttuynia cordata) belongs to the Saururaceae (the Lizard's-tail family). It is a perennial herb that is native throughout Japan, the Korean Peninsula, China and the Himalaya. This herb grows in waste shade places and spreads and crowds by elongated rhizomes. It can reach 15-30 cm in height, the leaves are alternate and cordate. The white flowers come in May to July. The involucres look like petals. It has a distinct odor and used for Chinese herbal medicine.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp