- Flower nameHime-gurumi
- Scientific nameJuglans mandshurica var. cordiformis
- Aliasクルミ, 胡桃, 姫胡桃, cordiformis, Juglans mandshurica
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Hime-gurumi
Hime-gurumi, or Hime walnut, scientific name: Juglans mandshurica var. cordiformis, is a variety of Oni-gurumi(Juglans mandshurica var. sachalinensis）. The seed kernels are thin and easy to crack, so it is cultivated and used for confectionery and spread to households. Its appearance is the same as that of Oni-gurumi, so it is difficult to distinguish it from the rugged Oni-gurumi when the skin of the fruit is peeled off to reveal the shell.
Common name: Hime-gurumi, scientific name: Juglans mandshurica var. cordiformis, Place of Origin: Japan, Habitat: Hokkaido to Kyushu, Environment: Along the river in the mountainous area, Producing location: Nagano Prefecture in Japan, California (US) and China abroad, Living type: Deciduous tree, Tree height: 7 to 20 m, bark: dark gray, with cracks longitudinally, leaf shape: odd binary leaves, phylogeny: alternation, leaf length: 50 cm, petiole: with, leaf edge: fine serrated, female and female, flowering stage: May to June, Petal: No, Male inflorescence length: 20 cm, Female inflorescence length: 10 cm, Female navy blue: Red, location of female flower: 10 spikelets at the tip of a branch, How to bloom male flower: Tufted, hanging , Fruit type: Nut, Fruit diameter: 3 cm, Fruiting stage: September to October, Application: Seeds are nuts Trees of fine wood walnut, shell is kneaded into the rubber of studless tire, nutrients: lipids, vitamin E, minerals, Remarks: need a nutcracker device to crack the hard shell to take out the seeds, anemophily.