- Flower nameEzo-Kanzo
- Scientific nameHemerocallis dumortieri var. esculenta
- Aliasゼンテイカ, 禅庭花, ニッコウキスゲ, Hemerocallis dumortieri var. esculenta, 蝦夷萱草
- Place of originJapan and China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
What is Ezo-Kanzo
Ezo-Kanzo (scientific name: Hemerocallis dumortieri var. esculenta, synonym: Hemerocallis middendorffii var. esculenta) is a perennial plant in the family Xanthorrhoeaceae that produces yellow flowers in early summer in coastal and alpine meadows. Each of the three inner and outer flower clusters is usually a one-day flower. It is also called zen-teika or Nikkoukisuge. The former scientific name became Hemerocallis middendorffii var. esculenta synonym.
Generic name: Ezo-kanzo, scientific name: Hemerocallis dumortieri var. esculenta, synonym: Hemerocallis middendorffii var. esculenta, also known as zen-teika (Zen garden flower), Ezo zen-teika (Ezo-zen-teika (Ezo-zen-teika), Nikkoukisuge, grass height: 50-70 cm, flower color: yellow, flower length: 7-9 cm, flowering season: June to August.