What is Lespedeza thunbergii
Thunberg's bushclover , scientific name: Lespedeza thunbergii , is a deciduous shrub of the department Fabaceae , of theLespedeza native to Japan and China . It is a prefectural flower of Miyagi. The feature is that a branch hangs down. The base becomes quality of wood, and a ramification does the upper part firmly and hangs down, and a floret of the lips-shaped purplish red which resembled a butterfly of the leguminous characteristic in branch ahead lets you bloom a lot. The leaf grows each other in three appearance wings of a biplane, and there is it.
common name: Thunberg's bushclover,
scientific name:Lespedeza thunbergii, synonym:Lespedeza penduliflora,
Also known as: Miyagino Hagi, Thunberg's lespedeza, Shrub lespedeza,
origin: Japan, China, living type: deciduous shrubs, height: 100-200 cm, leaf: Trifoliate compound leaves, small leaf shape: oval-shaped, leaf length: 3 cm, flowering period: August-October Place flowers: axillary, small flower: Butterfly-shaped, flower diameter:1~1.25cm, flowers long:1.5cm, flower: purple safflower