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Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

Epimedium diphyllum

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"Baika-ikari-so" (Epimedium diphyllum) belongs to the Berberidaceae (the Barberry family). It is a perennial herb that is distoributed in Japan, from Kinki district of Honshu west to Shikoku and Kyushu. This herb grows in the forests and rims of mountainous areas, and up to a height of 10-20 cm. The leaves are basal and egg-shaped leaflets are attached to the end of a long petiole. The white flowers bloom nodding around April to May. The flower has not spur. 
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Shu Suehiro
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