Photographs Climbers praying for safety at the summit of Mt. Aizu Komagatake covered with snow
Aizu Komagatake Natsuyama Season Opening 200 people walk around the famous peak Fukushima / Hinoemata Village
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According to the Oze Hinoemata Onsen Tourism Association, Primula cunei and geum pentapetalum bloomed in the marshland of Mt. Komagatake, welcoming climbers.
Aizu Komagatake (2 meters) in Hinoemata Village, Fukushima Prefecture, located in Oze National Park, opened its summer mountain on the 133rd.About 3 ... → Continue reading
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Sea of Japan side OfAlpine belt(HakusanからMt. IidesanIs distributed over)YukieGrows in moist places such as surrounding areas and wetlands..The height is about 15 cm.Leaves are 3-8 cm and 9-25Sawtooth margin.The flower is a pink five-petaled flower, but it looks like a ten-petaled flower because it is deeply cut into a heart shape.The flowering season is from June to August.In rare cases, white-flowered individuals, Primula cuneifolia (f. Alba, or Primula cuneifolia), are also found.Other names are Nankin Kozakura and Tanigawa Kozakura.Sumie Tanaka Hana no Hyakumeizan（One hundred mountains of flowers）In the bookMt. HarinokidakeIntroducing this flower and mountain that blooms in. AlsoShin Hana no Hyakumeizan（New one hundred mountains of flowers）In the bookHakusanIntroducing this flower and mountain that blooms in.
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There are similar species below.
- Ezokozakura - Primula cuneifolia Distributed in Hokkaido
- - var. heterodonta
- Hinazakura - Primula nipponia
- Primula macrocarpa - Primula macrocarpa
- - Primula yuparensis
- - Primula sorachiana
- - var. kamuiana
- - Primula kitadakensis
- - Primula tosaensis var. Brachycarpa
- - Primula tosaensis takedana
Mt. Bessan・ May 2009
Bessan, June 2008
HakusanMidagahara Marsh, July 2010
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