Written by Maggie
Mar 03 2021
Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a perennial herb. Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a species of animal that lives in damp places under forests or near streams at an altitude of 0-500 m.
Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a perennial herb, 12-19 cm tall, tufted, from the axils of the basal leaves,
Leaves of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum are alternate, subreniform, 6 -- 10 mm long, 10 -- 19 mm wide, margin with 5 -- 8 obtuse teeth, ventral pilose, terminal larger. The stem is glabrous. Basal leaves are petiolate, leaf blade reniform to oblong-reniform, 1.2-3.8 cm long, 1.5-5.3 cm wide, margin 12-18 obtuse, base cordate, ventral sparsely pubescent, abaxially glabrous, petiole 3-13 cm long; Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum has 3-4 Pauline leaves, alternate, subovate, 4-8 mm long, 5-10 mm wide, margin 5-obtuse, glabrous, petiole 0.6-1 cm long. Cymes are 3.5 -- 6.3 cm long;
Inflorescence branched glabrous in Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum; Bracts are broadly ovate, obovate to oblate, 2 -- 7 mm long, 1.8 -- 8.3 mm wide, margin 3 -- 5 obtuse, base subcuneate to oblique cuneate, stalk 1.6 -- 3 mm long, sparsely pilose; Pedicel of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is glabrous; Flowers are sparse, ca. 4.6 mm in diam. Sepals are subspreading, ovate to subrhomboid, 1.9 -- 2 mm long, 1.2 -- 2 mm wide, apex obtuse or acute, glabrous; Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum has 8 stamens, ca. 0.9 mm;Ovary semiinferior, style ca. 0.7 mm.
Capsule of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum ca. 3 mm long, apex subtruncated and slightly concave, 2 carpel subequal, beak ca. 0.7 mm long; Seeds are dark brown, ellipsoid, 0.7-0.8 mm long, rarely puberulent, lustrous.
The flowering period of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is spring.
Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a species of animal that lives in damp places under forests or near streams at an altitude of 0-500 m.
Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is produced in Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning. So did the Soviet Union, Mongolia, Korea and Japan.
Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is commonly propagated by cuttings.