Thursday, September 22, 2016
Aconitum loczyanum R. Raymund has a beautiful flower in thin purple. I took a shot of that flower in rain today. This one is very much thinner in the color of the flower than the one that I had enjoyed in the West, where I lived. This thinner colored one might be close to the Japan's native species that is found in Mt. Ibuki in the Mid Japan. A second good news is that Kirengeshoma palmata has bloomed in the north yard. This is another original species in Japan. Finally, autumn is coming to Japan!