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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 the 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
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