- Flower nameIlicium lanceolatum
- Scientific nameIlicium lanceolatum l.
- Aliasイリキウム・ランセオラツム, Ilicium lanceolatum
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Ilicium lanceolatum
Ilicium lanceolatum or shikimi (scientific name: Ilicium lanceolatum) is originally from China and is an evergreen shrub of the Schisandraceae department Illicium genus. It lets a crimson-colored floret bloom in late spring. It is shiny on a leaf, and there is anise incense. In the same sort ,there is a Japanese star anise (a scientific name: Ilicium religiosum).
Generic name: Ilicium lanceolatum, scientific name: Ilicium lanceolatum, place of origin: China, an ecotype: An evergreen broad leaf shrub, height of the tree: 3-10m, having a single wing, leaf shape: An oval, a phyllotaxis: Each other life, a leafstalk: Existence, a leaf relationship: All relationships, monochasium, bisexual flower, place where the flower appears: An axil, a color of a flower: Rouge, the number of the tepal: 10-15 pieces, flower diameter: 2-3cm, anthesis: For from March to April, it is a fruit type: Aggregate of the follicle.