What is creeping fig
Creeping fig (large cliff pomegranates, scientific name:Ficus pumila) is native to Southeast Asia, Taiwan, southern China and Japan, moraceae fig is a genus of Evergreen vine and shrubs. Aerial creeps up soup rocks, fences and other trees. Fig short handle extends from the axils of dioecious, as 1 relaxing head inflorescence ( fig and flower pouch-like) on the summer-autumn, small female or male flowers bloom. On the genus itabikazra and hymeitabi better, similar. Those differences, creeping fig, itabikazra fruit (flowers Bursa) is larger, has tipped slender leaf itabikazra leaf creeping fig and hymeitabi is egg-shaped with the tips rounded tips. Leaf creeping Fig are glossy in the cortex, but no shiny hymeitabi folds. Angle side pulse for pulse in different hymeitabi and creeping fig, draws big arc hymeitabi, creeping Fig is steep so recognised. In addition, are prominent hair on the hymeitabi leaves and stems less noticeable in the creeping fig.
Common name: creeping fig , scientific name:Ficus pumila L., origin: Japan, southern China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Habitat: West of boso peninsula to Kyushu, grasses such as Okinawa, life type: Evergreen vines and shrubs, vine length:2.5~4m, phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf: egg-shaped, oval-shaped, leaf length: SAC size 6 to 10 cm and blooms in the leaf color: green, leaf margin: entire, leaf quality: thick cortical, dioecious, inflorescence: relaxing head inflorescences in the: 3 ~ 4 cm, Flowering period: August-September, fruits (flowers Bursa) shape: spherical NAMI ending October-11-fruit SAC diameter (diameter fruit): 4-5 cm, fruit color: blue-purple