Codonopsis levicalyx

Codonopsis levicalyx

Syn. Codonopsis rotundifolia var. angustifolia The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems...
Codonopsis lanceolata

Codonopsis lanceolata

The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems that climb through low shrubs. Other species form...
Codonopsis grey wilsonii and grey wilsonii himal snow

Codonopsis grey wilsonii and grey wilsonii himal snow

The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems that climb through low shrubs. Other species form...
Codonopsis convolvulaeca

Codonopsis convolvulaeca

The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems that climb through low shrubs. Other species form...
Codonopsis clemitidea

Codonopsis clemitidea

The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems that climb through low shrubs. Other species form...
Codonopsis bhutanica

Codonopsis bhutanica

The name Codonopsis is derived from Greek “kodon” (bell) and “opsis” (appearance), from the shape of the flower. Codonopsis are found in the mountains of Cental Asia, Korea and Japan.  Some species have long thin stems that climb through low shrubs. Other species form...