- Flower nameAraucarioides
- Scientific nameCryptomeria japonica v. araucarioides
- Alias猿猴杉, アヤスギ
- Place of originHorticultural varieties
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Araucarioides
Araucarioides or Enko sugi (scientific name: Cryptomeria japonica v. araucarioides) is cedar (scientific name: Cryptomeria japonica) which It is an evergreen coniferous shrub in the family Cupressaceae. Enko sugi is an artificial cuttings of a special variant of cedar. It is a short tree with long, forked branches that grow horizontally and irregularly. The long branches and leaves are named after gibbon, a gibbon. The flowering season of the cedar is February to April, but it is a mutant species, so it is difficult to flower.
Common name: Araucarioides or Enko sugi , Scientific name: Cryptomeria japonica v. araucarioides, Also known as Aya cedar Country of origin: Horticultural varieties of cedar, Living type: small evergreen tree, Height: 1 to 4 m, Bark: brown, Flowering season: February to April. Uses: flower arrangement, bonsai.