- Flower nameAsian Beaked Hazel
- Scientific nameCorylus sieboldiana
- Aliasナガハシバミ, 角榛, 熊四手, Asian Beaked Hazel
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Asian Beaked Hazel
Corylus sieboldiana, Asian Beaked Hazel or Tsunohassibami (scientific name: Corylus sieboldiana) is a deciduous shrub of the betulaceae. Honshu-the native of sunny in Shikoku mountains. Inflorescences Unisexual flowers is obana inflorescences the small bracts overlapping. Leaf length is 6 to 10 cm, slender leaves, many with heavy serrated, leaf is the leaf margin. Kaho and bloom in the spring, that culminated in the fall of a pinecone-shaped, oblong. Fruit panicle length is 4-5 cm, Spike color is pale yellow-green.Use from the tightness of Park trees and wood used in building materials and furniture.
Common name: Corylus sieboldiana, scientific name:Corylus sieboldiana, aka: nagahassibami, Asian Beaked Hazel, Habitat: Mainland-Shikoku, environments: sunny mountains, origin: Japan, Korea and China life type: deciduous broad-leaved tree, height: 4-5 m, leaf length: cm, leaf color, leaf shape: oval, leaf length: 5-10 cm, leaf margin, heavily serrated, leaf veins: clear, leaf arrangement: alternate, Monoecious, Unisexual flowers, Flower color: Tan, male flowers form small bracts overlapping catkins, male: cm long inflorescence, pistillate inflorescences: capitate stigma color: Red flowering: March-April, type fruit, nuts, fruiting period: 9-10-fruit length: 1-1.5 cm, edible fruit color: Tan, fruit.