Creeping cedar

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    Creeping cedar @ Kyoto Botanical Garden

Basic information

Flower Name
Creeping cedar
Formal Name
Juniperus procumbens
Alias
Creeping cedar
Habitat
Japan
Morph
Crawl low wood

Comment

Creeping cedar, scientific name:Juniperus procumbens, is creeping needle-like shrub of the Juniperus genus of the Cupressaceae department native to Japan. Classification on the Juniper varieties. Used for ground cover growing next to the stem and leaves are ground-hugging so densely wooded. Firehaivyaksin goes whitish markings on the leaves.

Common name: Creeping cedar , scientific name: Juniperus procumbens, synonyms: Juniperus chinensis var. procumbens, also known as: ivadalenezu (iwadare Juniper), snare, Creeping cedar, category: Plantae Gymnosperms pine eyes of Juniper genus Juniper species haibyakushin variant, origin: Japan, Habitat: Tsushima and Iki, environment: coast, life-forms: creeping coniferous shrubs, tree: creeping (narrow) cone-shaped, Height: 30-60 cm, lush growth dense branches on all sides, 3 students, long leaf:0.6~0.8cm, dioecious, male: dark leaf color: green, leaf: needle / Flake rounded rectangle, flowering period: April-June, fruit: cones (Picasa), fruit: green → purple black Fruit diameter, oval-shaped, NAMI period: September-October, fruit diameter:0.8~0.9cm, propagation: cuttings, uses: conifer, rock garden, ground cover, Garden tree, bonsai, branch's floral arrangements.

Detailed information

Order
Pinales
Family
Cupressaceae
Genus
Juniperus
Species
J. chinensis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Cylinder
Leaf type
Aciculate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
GardenCt flower・Flower arrangementBeachBotanic gardenparkBonsaifoliage plant
Color
Orange
Season
AprMayJun
Height
30 ~ 60 [cm]
Diameter
0.2 ~ 0.3

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