- Flower nameDiplazium esculentum
- Scientific nameDiplazium esculentum
- Alias食われ羊歯, ホイオ, Vegetable Fern
- Place of originIndia to South Polynesia
- Place of floweringField, Subtropical region
- Flowering season
What is Diplazium esculentum
Vegetable Fern, Diplazium esculentum (scientific name: Diplazium esculentum) is a perennial evergreen fern from India to South Polynesia and belongs to the family Woodsiaceae. In Japan, it grows in wetlands in the mountains in the southern part of Kyushu to Okinawa Islands. The leaf vein is roped and the solus spreads linearly along its veins. Young leaves are edible vegetables with ferns that can be eaten. If you sprinkle with salt, you will taste like.. Native Hawaiian is used for dishes along Opa' s unique Hawaiian freshwater shrimp, or wrapped around a poi made with Karo (= Taro) and eaten. In old Hawaiian mythology, Hoio has appeared in the story of the four sisters na · pirewire. Since it is not a flower but a fern plant, a vermillion sporangium is attached to the leaves.
Common name: Vegetable Fern, Diplazium esculentum, Scientific name: scientific name: Diplazium esculentums, aka: Ho'i'o(Hawaiian name), Vegetable Fern , Place of birth: India to South Polynesia, habitat distribution: tropical and subtropical regions, Southern Kyushu to Okinawa islands in Japan, Environment: wetlands in the mountains, Leaf blade: 1 to 2 m, Leaf shape: twice acquire feathered compound leaf, small feather piece: lanceolate shape, saw tooth: yes, leaf height: 70 to 100 cm, petal: a fern plant, vermillion sporangium is attached to the leaves, application: young leaves.