Goodyera henryi Rolfe 1896Collection sheet and Drawing by The E Flora of China Website

Full shade ColdLATE Summer EARLIERFall

Common Name Henry's Goodyera [Irish Plant Collector in China 1800's] - In China Guang e ban ye lan

Flower Size

Found in the Kuril Island, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China in damp places in forests at elevations of 400 to 2400 meters as a mini-miniature to miniature sized, cold growing terrestrial with an ascending stem carrying 4 to 6, widely spaced to occasionally clustered towards the apex of the stem, green, without white markings, ovate to oblong, oblique, acute, rounded to cuneate below into the petiolate base leaves that blooms in the late summer and earlier fall on a terminal, erect, green, peduncle .4" [1 cm] long, rachis .4 to 1.4" [1 to 3.5 cm] long, subsecund, densely 3 to 9 flowered inflorecscence with lanceolate, glabrous, acuminate floral bracts

Synonyms Epipactis henryi (Rolfe) A.A.Eaton 1908; Goodyera foliosa var. maximowicziana (Makino) S.S.Ying 1990; Goodyera maximowicziana Makino 1909; Peramium maximowiczianum (Makino) Makino 1929

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; ; Flora of China Vol 25 Orchidaceae Zhengyi, Raven and Duyuan 2009; Flora of China Vol 25 Orchidaceae Illustrations Zhengyi, Raven and Duyuan 2009;

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