What is Canada mayflower
Canada mayflower (scientific name: Maianthemum canadense) is native to Canada and is a perennial of the family Asparagaceae. In summer, a white four-petal floret is attached to the general inflorescence that extends from the tip of the stem under a deciduous tree. The flowers are more like Yukizasa, rather than the shape of the Suzuran(Convallaria keiskei） petals. The green leaves are heart-shaped and are attached to each other under the inflorescence. The style is a little thicker and there are 4 stamens. The inflorescence with two leaves and white flowers is named after a crane flying in the sky.
Common name: Canada mayflower, Scientific name: Maianthemum canadense, Origin: Canada, habitat distribution: Canada, etc., North America, environment: under coniferous trees in mountainous to subalpine zones, under temperate rainforests in coastal areas, life style: perennials, underground stems: branching in a thin string shape and extending long. Stem: hairless, plant height: 10-30 cm, monocotyledonous, inflorescence: 2 halves, leaf shape: pointed heart shape that looks like a crane dance. Slender and longer at the base. Leaf length: 5 cm, leaf color: green-> yellow-> brown, leaf quality: hairless on both sides, leaf edge: semicircular protrusion, inflorescence shape: general inflorescence, corolla shape: 4-valve flower, flowering period: May-7 Moon, flower diameter: 0.3 cm, flower color: white, flower arrangement: about 20 inflorescences, inflorescence length: 2-5 cm, flower piece (petal): 4, flower piece shape: oval and flat The tip is warped. Chips: 4, male pods: 4, fruit type: berries, fruit shape: sphere, fruit color: green → spots → red ripening. Fruit diameter: 0.5 cm.