- Flower nameFagus crenata
- Scientific nameFagus crenata
- AliasJapanese Beech, ソバグリ, シロブナ, 山毛欅
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMay
What is Fagus crenata
Fagus crenata or Japanese Beech (Scientific name: Fagus crenata) is a Japanese unique species and is a deciduous broad-leaved trees in the beech family Fagaceae. It grows naturally in Hokkaido in Japan ~ Mountains in Kyushu. In December we will expand leaves and flower flowering at the same time. It is a herringbone. In spring, male flowers bring out a caterpillar inflorescence from flower pattern and about 15 male flowers bloom. Female flowers place two head flowers, upward, on the tip of the floral pattern that emerges from the axil of the branch.
Common name: Fagus crenata), aka:Japanese Beech, Scientific name: Fagus crenata, Origin: Japan, habitat distribution: Hokkaido to Kyushu, Environment: Mountain area, aka: Japanese Beech, squirrel, soba gully, life type: deciduous broad leaf trees, slow growing, tree height: 30 m, bark: smooth gray brown with no breaks, leaf shape: oval, leaf order: : Leaf height: 5 to 10 cm, leaf width: 3 cm, leaf color: green → yellow leaf (autumn) → leaf defoliation, simple flower, sexual fertilizer, male flowers: about 15 pieces in flower pattern are caudate inflorescences Fang fruit type: nuts and flowers: fruit type: nuts and flowers: fruit type: nuts and flowers: two head flowers on the tip of a floral pattern emerging from the axilis of the branch, flowering stage: May, fruit type: October to November, fruit type: Fruit shape: thin triangle, fruit color: reddish brown, seed shape: three egg-shaped egg shape Seed, Applications: garden, bonsai, furniture materials and equipment materials and smoked for chip firewood, animal food.