- Flower nameCinnamomum pedunculatum
- Scientific nameCinnamomum yabunikkei
- Aliasウスバヤブニッケイ, ナンジャモドキ, 藪肉桂, Cinnamomum yabunikkei, マツラニッケイ
- Place of originJapan, Korea, Taiwan and eastern China
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonJune
What is Cinnamomum pedunculatum
Cinnamomum pedunculatum, Japanese cinnamon, or Yabu nikkei (scientific name: Cinnamomum yabunikkei) is an evergreen small tree in the family Lauraceae, native to Japan, Korea, Taiwan and eastern China. In Japan, it grows in the mountains south of Chubu. In early summer, the inflorescences are stretched and light yellow-green florets bloom.
Generic name: Cinnamomum pedunculatum, Scientific name: Cinnamomum yabunikkei , Also: Japanese cinnamon, or Yabu nikkei , tree height: 10-15 m, bark color: gray-black, leaf shape: oval, phylla: subversive, leaf margin: whole margin, inflorescence form: divergence, flower color: pale yellow-green, flowering Date: June, Flower diameter: 0.5 cm, Fruit type: Berries, Fruit shape; Oval, Fruit color: Blackish brown, Fruiting season: Autumn to winter, Fruit diameter: 1.5 cm, Use: Trees and garden trees Oiling from seeds, aromatic to leaves and root bark.