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Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

Inula ciliaris

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"Mizu-giku" (Inula ciliaris) belongs to Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed northward from Mie prefecture of Honshu to Hokkaido, China and Siberia. This herb grows in montane sunny marshes and can reach 25-50 cm in height. The leaves are lanceolate and covered with soft hairs. The basal leaves remain after flowering. The yellow flower-head 3-4 cm across come on the stem apices from August to September. This is a realtive species of "Usagi-giku" (Arnica unalaschcensis var. tschonoskyi). 
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Shu Suehiro
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