Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata (mizunara, scientific name:Quercus crispula) is a deciduous broadleaf trees of the White Oak native to Japan, China. Grows wild in the mountains of Kyushu from Hokkaido of Japan. Because it contains more water more fireproof, there is strength. In Monoecious, and wind-pollinated flowers bloom in the spring. And serrated leaves, and palmately lobed with leaves on the stem, with the yellow in the fall. Acorn is the fruit is astringent and is not edible.
The luxury furniture and whiskey barrels, high-quality charcoal, shiitake mushroom cultivation for HO's trees are used. Common name: Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata (mizunara) scientific name:Quercus crispula aka: Grenaa (soshina), pox APG plant taxonomy Plantae Angiosperm true dicots beech eyes beech Department oak genus Quercus mongolica var. grosseserrata species origin: China, Japan, Habitat: Hokkaido in Kyushu, living environment: mountains, living type: deciduous broad-leaved tree, height: 20 to 30 m,:1.5m tree diameter, bark color: gray-Brown-dark brown, shoots: hairless, leaf: obovate, leaf blade length: 7-20 cm, leaf width: 7 cm, pale green leaf color: dark green (hospitality), (back), Petiole: almost no (0.3 cm), from the leaf Base: ear-shaped, leaf color: green to yellow discoloration, leaves time: October-11-leaf arrangement: a spiral into branches in loquat with fruits, needled, leaf margin: triangular-shaped rough saw the flowering period: may, male inflorescence length: 4-5 cm, fruit length: 2 cm, fruit shape: oval shape and fruiting period-October - 11-