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Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides

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"Tani-gikyo" (Peracarpa carnosa var. circaeoides) belongs to the Campanulaceae (the Bellflower family). It is a perennial herb that is native to Japan, as well as the Korean Peninsula and northeastern China. This herb grows in montane to subalpine forest-edges or dales, and can reach about 10 cm in height. It spreads by elongated stems and forms clumps. The leaves are ovate-round with sparse soft hairs. The white to pale purple flowers come in May through August.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp