Chinese flame tree
What is Chinese flame tree
Chinese flame tree, or Ohmokugenji (scientific name: Koelreuteria bipinnata) is deciduous broad-leaved trees of the family Sapindaceae in native China. It is growing native west of central Honshu im Japan. In autumn, a yellow flower blooms horizontally in a conical inflorescence extending from a branch. The name is based on the fact that leaves are larger than Mokugenji.
Common name: Chinese flame tree or Ohmokugenji, Scientific name: Koelreuteria bipinnata,aka: Chinese flame tree, Chinese golden rain tree, Marbanomokuggenji, golden Origin: China, Living type: Takagi, habitat distribution: native to the west of central Honshu, height: 10 to 20 m, bark color: brownish, leaf shape: odd number 2 times Feathery compound leaves, leaves Introduction: Compounds from the first round, Alternate to the second round, Sawtooth of the leaflets: Young trees are heavy saw teeth, Mature trees are all edges, leaf height: 10 cm, leaf color: green to yellow (autumn), bisexual flower, inflorescence Shape: conical inflorescence, flowering period: September to October, inflorescence length: 30 cm, flower color: yellow, petal length: 7 cm, flower diameter: 1 cm, number of calyx: 8, number of petals: 1, degenerate , Number of stamens: 8, fruit bag color: pink color, fruit season: October to November, fruit bag length: 5 cm, seed length: 0.5 to 0.7 cm, seed color: black, number of seeds: 3, Application: rosary symbol tree, cemetery tree, temple tree, from the seeds.