- Flower nameCryptotaenia japonica
- Scientific nameCryptotaenia japonica
- Aliasミツバゼリ, 三つ葉, 三つ葉芹
- Place of originJapan, China, Korea
- Place of floweringGarden, Field
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Cryptotaenia japonica
Cryptotaenia japonica (scientific name: Cryptotaenia japonica) is native to Japan, China, Korea and is a perennial herb of the family Umbelliferae. In the early summer, It spreads the scattering inflorescence and blooms a white extremely small pentaphyleda flower. Small white fruit becomes after the flower. Japanese flower name 'Mitsuba' is based on three leaves. The stems and leaves turn into vegetables, and ingredients of miso soup, coloring of miscellaneous soup and soup, soaked and edible.
Generic name: Cryptotaenia japonica, Scientific name: Cryptotaenia japonica, aka: Mitsubara, Origin: Japan, China, Korea, plant height: Flowering color: white, leaf color: green, leaves: alternate, harvesting period: April to October, fruit color: white.