Juniperus communis hondoensis
What is Juniperus communis hondoensis
Juniperus communis hondoensis is an evergreen creeping coniferous shrubs of the department Cupressaceae Juniperus genusnative They grow on the high mountains to Japan. To Takayama Hakusan from Oze in Japanese mainland. The leaves turn to arcuate. Flowers after Picasso. Are used in bonsai.
General name: Juniperus communis hondoensis
scientific name: Juniperus communis var. hondoensis
Other name: Hondo miyama nezu,
type: Evergreen creeping coniferous shrubs, tree height: 50-100 cm, stem length: 2-length 4 m, bark color: reddish-brown, leaf and needle-shaped bends in the arcuate,: 1 cm, phyllotaxis: three whorls, with stomatal band width:0.7~0.9mm on the leaf underside, dioecious, color: green, male flowers: axil with oval-shaped flower head 0.4 cm, Female, three scales, flowering period: June-July, fruit type, cones and berries, fruiting period: next year in September, in fruit shape: spherical, fruit diameter:0.7cm, fruit color: purplish-brown on white powder, use: sand for Windbreak trees, ground cover, bonsai