Pueraria montana lobata
Flower NamePueraria montana lobata
Formal NamePueraria montana var. lobata
Aliaskudzu, 葛, kuzu
MorphMan years of grass
Pueraria montana lobata is a perennial herb of the Fabaceae family ,of the Pueraria genus native to China and Japan. Fall on the spikes bloom lip-shaped flowers of purplish red color. Leaves are Trifoliate with biplane small leaves are larger than flowers. Roots kakkon kuzuko kudzu starch cake with arrowroot, GE cut material or herbal medicine materials. Dried vines, cage etc. are made. But that is tough to clean, strong and tangled trees of other remarkable fertility that discourage the growth in recent years and toxic plants. Voted one of the seven autumn flowers in Japan.
common name: Pueraria montana lobata, scientific name:Pueraria montana var. lobata, origin: Japan, China, Habitat: Hokkaido-Kyushu Japan, China, Indonesia, the environment: fields, wasteland, leaves: Trifoliate compound leaves and flowering: August-September, become the material Star: lip-shaped, flower color: purplish red, remarks: kuzuko Hardy easy to growi prevent other plant species but also serious removal so be noxious plants and.
SpeciesP. montana var. lobata
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
Leaf typeTernate-Compound Leaf
Height100 ~ 2000 [cm]
Diameter1.5 ~ 2