- Flower nameGardneria multiflora
- Scientific nameGardneria multiflora
- Place of originmainland of Japan, Taiwan, and China
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Gardneria multiflora
Gardneria multiflora or Chitose kazura (scientific name: Gardneria multiflora) is an evergreen vine that is native to the mainland of Japan, Taiwan, and China. In Japan, it grows naturally in rocky areas such as forests and valleys in Hyogo and Chugoku regions. There are no hairs on the corolla and stamen.
Common name: Chitose kazura, Scientific name: Gardneria multiflora, leaflet shape: narrow oval, leaf quality: cortex, leaf color: dark green, leaf length: 7-12 cm, leaf width: 1-3 cm, corolla: 5 deep fissure, flower color: orange, flower diameter: 1 to 1.2 cm, number of stamens: 5, number of female pods: 1, flowering period: June to July, fruit shape: spherical, fruit color: red ripening.