- Flower nameCarex pumila
- Scientific nameCarex pumila
- Place of originEast Asia
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July
What is Carex pumila
Carex pumila is a perennial grass of the department Cyperaceae , of the Carex genus native to East Asia, Hokkaido-Kyushu of Japan. To the structure with sand to reduce the rhizomes Cyperaceaeand clumps of sand beaches are not blown by the wind. Flowers, 1 flower-is a spikelet consisting of numerous flowers (apikelet, spicule) a unit of double spikes (spike compound). In male and female kind, spring and summer, shoot apices male spikelets green axil cylindrical female spikelets. In the summer male spikelets are the color brown. Carex kobomugi has grass-like, but for Carex kobomugi berries are great.
General name Carex pumila (Kobo turf),scientific name:Carex pumila, habitats: Hokkaido-Kyushu, Japan and East Asia The living environment: coastal sand, life type: perennials, plant: 10-20 cm, leaves: linear, leaf color: green, male and female kind, flowers form: spikelets comprising double spikes, flowering: April to July.