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Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

Epimedium koreanum

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"Kibana-ikari-so" (Epimedium koreanum) belongs to the Berberidaceae (the Berberry family). It is a perennial herb that is native northward from Kinki district to the Japan Sea Side of Honshu and Hokkaido. This herb grows in montane woodlands and can reach 20-40 cm in height. The leaves are 3-lobed compound with acute tipped leaflets. They have stinging hairs at the edges. The pale yellow flowers come in April and May. The spurs elongate sprawling. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp