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Veronica grandiflora

Veronica grandiflora

Veronica grandiflora

Veronica grandiflora

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The Veronica grandiflora belongs to Scrophulariaceae (the Figwort family). It is a perennial herb that is native to the northern Kuril Islands and North America. This herb grows on rocks and screes, grasslands, and can reach 5-10 cm in height. The leaves are covered with white glandular hairs. The blue flowers bloom in summer. The Japanese name "Shumshu-kuwagata" is named after Shumshu Island that is located in the northern Kuril Islands. 
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Shu Suehiro
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