Flower NameTulip tree
Formal NameLiriodendron tulipifera
Morphdeciduous broad-leaved trees
Tulip tree (scientific name: Liriodendron tulipifera) is native to North America and is deciduous broad-leaved trees of the family Magnoliaceae. Leaves have an unusual shape like a guy and it is the deciding factor for identification. In the early summer, flowers with red spots in yellow green petals will bloom. Flowers are in the shape of i> tulips , A large number of male clads surround the central stamen and the outside is covered with 6 petals. In English names, it is called a tulip tree. Also, because the leaf shape is bilaterally symmetrical and resembles the kimono 's huntens, it is also called Hang Teng. Flowers are blooming in high places of the trees and can finally take pictures with telephoto lens. Even looking up, the flower color resembles leaves, and although flowers are somewhat larger, they are relatively small compared to trees, so they may not notice. Trees are used for street trees, park trees, garden trees, flowers for honey source plants, materials for musical instruments and building materials.
Common name: Tulip tree, Scientific name: Liriodendron tulipifera, aka Liriodendron tulipifera, American tulip tree, Place of Origin: North America, Living Type: Deciduous Broad Leaves Takagi, Tree height: 20 ~ 40 m, Growth: Early, Bark: Ripple finely split vertically is as sharp as carved with a carving sword. Leaf shape: shape like a fellow, leaf color: green → yellow, flowering period: May to June, flower diameter: 5 cm, flower shape: bell-shaped, flower color: vermillion spots on root and petal number : 6, number of sepals: 3, fruit stage: autumn to winter, fruit shape: aggregate fruits gathered collecting fruit, medium for seed spraying: wind (flower blossom), use: street trees, park trees, garden trees, Instruments and building materials.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placepark street, planting
Height2000 ~ 4000 [cm]
Diameter5 ~ 6