- Flower nameKokinbaizasa
- Scientific nameHypoxis aurea lour.
- Alias小金梅笹, Kokinbaizasa, Hypoxis aurea
- Place of originJapan, China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Kokinbaizasa
Kokinbaizasa (scientific name:Hypoxis aurea Lour.) is a perennial grass of the hypoxidaceae family native to China and Japan . Leaves linear-no!! The inflorescence stem in spring, extends from the top yellow flowers 6 valves 1 or 2 the open flat. Flower name comes from the on to the smaller version of the "Kinbaizasa" with bamboo-shaped leaves the golden plum-flowers.
Common name: Kokinbaizasa
scientific name:Hypoxis aurea Lour.
origin: China, Japan, Habitat: Northeast-Shikoku, Kyushu grassland in Okinawa, Japan, environment: fields and low mountains, wetlands,
Living type: perennial plant: 10-25 cm, leaves, leaf shape: linear, leaves: overall polychaetes, petiole: long, leaf blade length: 10-20 cm width: 3 cm, phyllotaxis: alternate, inflorescence: single paragraph inflorescence / racemes / evapotranspiration shape, Corolla: Flower: yellow, flower diameter:1~1.5cm, perianth piece: 6, ovary: lower the flowering period: May-June, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit Fruit shape: almond spherical