What is Daimyo oak
Daimyo oak, scientific name: Quercus dentata, is a deciduous broad-leaved tree of the Quercus genus Fagaceae department native to North America. Bark contains an irregular crack vertically. Leaves are egg-shaped oval in the fall greatly petiole a little no. In ear leaf, five more in a spiral, with alternate. Big wiggly serrated leaf edge. Leaves are without leaves in winter, with branches until spring. Open leaves in early summer, and at the same time, from the axil catkins, sparse, thin yellowish-green flowers bloom. And Hardy trees, dead leaves do not fall until spring, so resistance wind forest, Hokkaido. The leaves are used in the skin of the boy's day in eaten kashiwamochi. I laid under the instrument, was used for cooking food. Collected the tannin from the bark, leaves, bark and fruit decoction and dyeing materials.
Common name: Daimyo oak , scientific name:Quercus dentata, aka Kashiwagi, Daimyo oak, origin: North American distribution: Hokkaido-Kyushu Japan, the Korean peninsula ~ China ~ area east of Taiwan, living environment: wild, arid land, life type: deciduous broad-leaved tree, height: 15-25 m, shoots: fur is dense, leaf: lay egg-shaped oval with a spiral, Leaf: large wavy sawtooth stock, leaf color: Green-autumn (fall), petiole: almost no (0.3 cm), leaf: ear-shaped, leaf length: 15-30 cm, leaf width: 5-20 cm, leaf pubescence: leaves back to pale brownish stellate hairs, phyllotaxis, spirally alternate, Monoecious and flower: ninomiya, Places flowers: axil, male flowers: catkins, female flowers: sessile, flowering period: May-June, flower color: pale yellow-green, fruit: Acorn (acorns), fruiting period: next autumn, fruit length:2.5cm, cupules: scaly pattern of.