Flower Database

Castanopsis sieboldii

Basic information
Flower Name
Castanopsis sieboldii
Formal Name
Castanopsis sieboldii
Alias
Habitat
Niigata Prefecture, West Japan and Korean peninsula
Morph
Evergreen broadleaf tree
Comment
Castanopsis sieboldii is an evergreen broadleaf trees of the family Fagaceae native to Niigata Prefecture, West Japan and Korean peninsula . Also called alias in castanopsis trees, along with the tree tab, 2 large evergreen broad-leaved trees in Japan. Mature stem and dark brown, the bark contains the fine cut vertically. Front leaf in green growing hair and leaves behind the shiny pale brown looks.Stretch flower spikes in early summer, many yellow florets.
Common name: Castanopsis sieboldii ,scientific name:Castanopsis sieboldii, origin: Niigata Prefecture, West Japan-Korea, environment: humid tropical, living type: Evergreen broad-leaved trees, height: 20 m, diameter:1.5 m, stem color: Black Brown, bark: vertical fine cuts (tree), leaves: thick gloss of, leaf color: green (hospitality), light brown (back), leaf: wide oval tip thin be pointed, leaf arrangement: alternate, Leaf margin: on half a sharp serrated and not others (all edges), petiole length: 1 cm, flowering time: May-June, flower shape: yellow, spikes, small flower, fruiting period: year fall, fruit shape: elongated nut (Acorn), breeding: entomophilous, applications: tree Park trees, trees, trees, bark dye, fruit is edible, of wood for charcoal and shiitake mushrooms would. Service life: long
Detailed information
Order
Fagales
Family
Fagaceae
Genus
Castanopsis
Species
C. sieboldii
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Spike Inflorescence
Petal shape
Urn
Leaf type
Elliptic
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Garden park street, planting
Color
Yellow
Season
May Jun
Height
2000  ~ 2000  [cm]
Diameter
0.2  ~ 0.3