Flower NameMagnolia kobus
Formal NameMagnolia kobus
HabitatJapan and Jeju Island
Magnolia kobus or Kobushi (scientific name:Magnolia kobus) is from Jeju Island and Japan, it is deciduous trees of Magnolia magnolia. Early spring, white flowers will bloom. Leaves and flowers come out at the same time. The appearance that the white flower is flat in one cup is conspicuous even in a distant eye. Branches aim up and steadily expanding and becoming higher. In autumn, a unique elongated fruit connected in a rough shape becomes, and when ripening it rips and red seed comes out from inside. The name Kobushi is based on the fact that the fruit is rough and the seed comes out from inside. It is often seen in gardens, parks, trees etc.
Generic name: Magnolia kobus or Kobushi , Scientific name: Magnolia kobus, origin: Japan, Jeju Island (Korea) Habitat distribution: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, living environment: native to the mountain, life type: deciduous broad leaved trees, height: 10-18 m, single leaf, leaf shape: 6 to 13 cm, leaf width: 3 to 6 cm, leaf order: alternate, leaf margin: often wavy at all edges, flower bloomed same flower bloomed flower, inflorescence shape: single apical inflorescence, place of flower: axilia and branch Flower color: white flowering period: March to April, flower diameter: 7 to 10 cm, petal number: 6, flower piece: flower, stamen / stamen (cardiac skin): unspecified number helical arrangement, stamen Color: yellow, stamen Color: green, stigma color: white, fruit type: baguette, fruit season: fall, autumn, fruit shape: nodular.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeGarden park
SeasonMar Apr May
Height1000 ~ 1800 [cm]
Diameter7 ~ 10