What is Chloranthus serratus
Chloranthus serratus or called Futari Shizuka in Japanese (Scientific name: Chloranthus serratus) is a perennial plant of the family Chloranthaceae native to Japan, the Korean peninsula, and China. In early summer, it grows wild in the dim mountainous areas of Hokkaido-Kyushu. Make at least two spikelets from the stem end and bloom white small flowers of rice grain size. Add a no flower covered flower. Hitori Shika (scientific name: Chloranthus japonicus) . C. japonicus is taller and has many spikes. Also, the flowers are not similar. C. japonicus stillness is a flower name attached to the source of Yoshitsune Minamoto, and it is a name given to it, and "C.serratus stillness" is a name that was compared with the one before silence and its ghost. Either way, one may receive such an image if you look at it on a secluded dark mountain road.
The genus name "Chloranthus" means the Latin word "chloros (yellow green)" + "anthos (flower)". The small form "serratus" has a "saw blade".
General name: Chloranthus serratus or called Futari Shizuka in Japanese, Scientific name: Chloranthus serratus, Origin: Japan, Korea, China, Distribution: Hokkaido to Kyushu, Living environment: Mountainous area, Plant height: 30 to 60 cm, Phylogeny: Fragile, Leaf edge: Circular sawtooth, Flowering stage: April to June, Inflorescence form: spikes, Panicle length: w to 5 cm, Flower color: White, Flower diameter: 0.2 to 0.3 cm, Characteristics: Two or more spikes are borne on the tip of the stem, Fruit: Crisp type.