- Flower nameKakuremino
- Scientific nameDendropanax trifidus
- Alias隠蓑, kakuremino, Dendropanax
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Cemetery & Temple, Park, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August
What is Kakuremino
Kakuremino (Scientific name: Dendropanax trifidus) is an evergreen tall tree of the family Araliaceae native to Japan. During the rainy season - summer, yellowish green florets will bloom. After the flowers a few green fruits gathered at the branch and gather at the branches and ripe in the winter. The leaves have shiny, thick and supple, three trees in wide egg form when young trees, and become oval in all edges when becoming mature trees. It was named because the large leaf resembles a rain (old rain gear). The name of this tree may be used as a means to hide evil.
Common name: Kakuremino, scientific name: Dendropanax trifidus, also known asthe place of original: Japan, distribution: Honshu to Okinawa Environment: Warm forest, height: 9 - 15 m Living type: evergreen tall tree, leaf length: 5 ~ 12 cm, leaf shape: leaf shape: 3 fissures (young trees) → ovoid to ovoid, leaf margin: : Flowering period: June to August, flower color: yellowish green, number of petals: 5, inflorescences length: 3 to 4 cm, flower length: 0.2 cm, fruit type: stone fruit, fruit shape: oblate spherical shape, fruit diameter : 1 cm, fruit color: green → black ripe, use: park tree, garden tree.