- Flower nameCycas revoluta
- Scientific nameCycas revoluta
- Alias蘇鉄, Japanese sago palm, Fern Palm
- Place of originChina and Japan
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Okinawa
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September, October
What is Cycas revoluta
Cycas revoluta (scientific name: Cycling revoluta) is native to China and Japan, and it is an evergreen small and tall tree of the family Cycadaceae. The gymnosperm of the dioecious strain, the trunk stretches while dropping old leaves. Place large leaves like feathers on the stem tip circularly. The flower season is from summer to early autumn, and male flowers are vertically long and pale yellow with a cylindrical shape. Female flower is a white spherical shape like magnified mountain mushroom. Red fruit will be in autumn. All herbal toxicity is said to cause nausea and convulsions, especially eating a large amount of seeds. It is planted in parks etc.
Common name: Cycas revoluta scientific name:Cycas revoluta, also known as:Japanese sago palm, Place of Origin: China, Japan, tree height is 2-4 m, leaf shape: feathered double leaf, dioecious stem, male flower inflorescence length: 50 - 70 cm, female flower inflorescence: 30 to 50 cm, flowering season: June to October, fruit season: late September ~ late October, lifespan: over 200 years, use: medicinal, ornamental plants.