Frost columns(scientific name:Keiskea japonica) is endemic to Japan is a perennial herb of theLamiaceae family.Withers simobasila stems in winter and the roots are alive to continue the work continues a withering stems suck up water, so outside temperatures below freezing temperatures is icicles.
General name: Frost columns(
Scientific name:Keiskea japonica,
also known as:Shimobashira
Origin: endemic to Japan, Habitat: Southern Kanto, Kyushu environment: low mountain forest, living type: perennial, stem cross section: 4, height: 40-70 cm in stem: 4 Crest without fluff of phyllotaxis vs. leaf color: green, leaf shape: oval-shaped, leaf quality: glossy, soft, leaf blade length: cm, leaf width: cm leaf edge: serrated flowers: racemes, squeezing: bell-shaped, Flower size:0.5cm color: white, flowering period: 9-10