Flower Database

Carpinus tschonoskii

Basic information
Flower Name
Carpinus tschonoskii
Formal Name
Carpinus tschonoskii
Alias
犬四手
Habitat
Korea, China, Japan
Morph
Deciduous tree
Comment
Carpinus tschonoskii is a deciduous tree of the department Betulaceae of Carpinus genus native to Japan, China and Korea. Is the main species of humid secondary forests in Kyushu from the Mainland. White soft hair will stand out on the surface of leaves and shoots. Flowers are Monoecious. Spring ahead of leaf male is brownish-red string-shaped flowers drooping, bloom. Female flowers blooming light green branches and flowers after Flake fruit. Leaves are egg-shaped and there are heavy serrated leaf edge to palmately lobed, with. Trees are also used for wood vase, cane, and shiitake mushrooms.
Common name: Carpinus , scientific name:Carpinus tschonoskii , height: 10-15 m, flowering period: April - May, leaf, egg-shaped, leaf width: 4-5 cm, Length: 6-10 cm, the fruiting period: September - October.
Detailed information
Order
Fagales
Family
Betulaceae
Genus
Carpinus
Species
C. tschonoskii
Flower type
Other
Flower array
Spike Inflorescence
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Double serrated
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Brown, Green
Season
Apr May
Height
100  ~ 1500  [cm]
Diameter
 ~