Flower NameAralia cordata
Formal NameAralia cordata
HabitatJapan, the Korean Peninsula and China
Morphedible with perennial herbs
Aralia cordata or Udo (Scientific name: Aralia cordata) is native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula and China, and is edible with perennial herbs of the family Araliaceae. White flowers will bloom in the summer and black fruits will be made in autumn. Because there are peculiar to wild vegetables, preference is divided, but it is useful vegetables because there is no part to throw away. Cooking methods include vinegar miso soup, tempura, kinpira and so on.
Common name: Aralia cordata or Udo, Scientific name: Aralia cordata, birthe place: Japan, the Korean Peninsula and China, life type: perennial, plant height: 200 to 300 cm, flower color: white, Flowering season: summer, fruit season: fall, fruit color: black, fruit type: fruit type, fruit type, fruit type: fruit type, wild vegetable, edible part: young leaves, buds, stems, cooking methods: vinegar miso, tempura, kimpira.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeBipinnate-Compound Leaf
Flowering placeLow mountain
Height100 ~ 200 [cm]
Diameter0.3 ~ 0.3