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Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

Cardamine leucantha

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"Konron-so" (Cardamine leucantha) belongs to Brassiaceae (the Mustard family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed throughout Japan, the Korean Peninsula, China and east Siberia. This herb grows on wet places along streams and can reach 30-70 cm in height. The leaves are odd-pinnate compound and alternate. The leaflets have coarse toothed edges. The white flowers come in April to June. The Japanese name "Konron-so" (snow-covered Mt. Kunlun in China grass - literally translated) is derived from the flowering appearance. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp