Crepidiastrum keiskeanum is a perennial herb in the genus chrysanthemum, Department of Asteraceae to br wild Pacific coast areas of West of Izu peninsula of Honshū to Kyushu. Fall winter 10 cm as of lower plant and rock in realms, to scatter tufted inflorescence bloom yellow florets tightly. Spirit leaves expands to rosarita. Foliage in thick-walled spatula-shaped leaf with dull teeth. Inflorescence is crawling a bit lateral branches from the axils of the Superintendence, the batter on the first preceded by. Flowers with yellow petals about 14, 14 as stamens and one pistil consists. Petal Tip 4 shallow edges. Pattern whereas lower plant height is similar to waddan, waddan plant is high. Izu peninsula West
common name: Crepidiastrum keiskeanum
scientific name:Crepidiastrum keiskeanum,
origin: Japan, distribution: Mainland-Rocky stretch of coast: Pacific coast of Kyushu, environment, height: 10 cm leaves: a rosette of the leaves are fleshy, scrapers, blunt serrated, stalks and leaves: alternate, with the serrated spatula-shaped, dull, with fleshy leaves and flower color: yellow, flowering October-December, flower diameter: 1-1.5 cm,
Special Note: from the axils of the basal rosette stretch diagonally side branches.