Flower NamePicea torano
Formal NamePicea torano
Alias針樅, 薔薇樅, tigertail spruce
MorphEvergreen coniferous tree
Picea torano is an evergreen coniferous tree of the family Pinaceae in the genus Picea native to cold band of Northern Kyushu from the southern Tohoku district of Japan. Leaves thin, like a needle, sharp and resembles a fir tree.
Common name: Picea torano, scientific name:Picea torano, The place of origin: Japan, distribution: cool and warm band of North Kyush from South Tohoku, height of the tree :20-35m, tree diameter: 1m, the bark: dark reddish-brown on gray, the leaf head: 1.5-2.5cm, monoecism, a male flower color: Deep red purple, a female flower color: Light green or light purple, the place where the flower blooms: There is the male flower in the branch point, and the female flower stands straight to a branch. Anthesis: In June, it is a fruit type: A cone, fruit form: Ovoid, a use: Park tree, wood, pulp.
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeSub-high mountain
Height2000 ~ 3500 [cm]