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Hosta sieboldii (Paxton) J. W. Ingram






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Hosta Tratt. (ギボウシ)
H. sieboldii (Paxton) J. W. Ingram
Kobagiboushi (コバギボウシ, 小葉擬宝珠, s.l.), small-leaved plantain lily (-: ギボウシ)
Lifeform: rhizomatous, deciduous, perennial forb
Distribution: Japan (south to Honshu)
Habitat: forest floors and meadows
Use: gardening, ornamental, etc.
var. intermedia (Makino) H. Hara (コ-)
var. rectifolia (Nakai) H. Hara (タチ-), syn. H. rectifolia

f. albiflora (Tatew.) H. Hara (シロバナタチ-)
f. atropurpurea (Nakai) H. Hara (クロバナ-)
f. leucantha (Koji Ito) H. Hara (シロバナヤチ-)

f. pruinosa (F. Maek.) H. Hara (トノコタチ-)

var. sieboldii

f. alba (Rob.) H. Hara (シロバナコバ-)
f. campanulata (Araki) W. G. Schmid (ツリガネ-)
f. okamii (F. Maek.) H. Hara (ムラサメ-)
f. spathulata (Miq.) W. G. Schmid (コバ-), Hosta sieboldii (Paxton) J. W. Ingram f. lancifolia, auct. non (Miq.) H. Hara, Hosta albomarginata (Hook.) Ohwi

f. polycarpellata (F. Maek.) H. Hara (ヤツブサ-)
f. sieboldii (フクリン-)
Cultivars: Rohdeifolia (オモト-)
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Hosta sieboldii in Japan


ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] near Kintaro Rock between Togendai and Ubako, Hakone, central Honshu, on August 21 2021.

cv. bunchoko (文鳥香)

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] beside an apartment in N21/W4, North Ward, Sapporo, on September 3 2022.

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