- Flower nameKaidzukaibuki
- Scientific nameJuniperus chinensis 'kaizuka'
- Place of originJapan, China
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens, Park
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Kaidzukaibuki
Kaidzukaibuki (Scientific name:Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka') is a cultivar of Juniperus chinensis, an evergreen coniferous tree native to China and native to Japan and China. The bark is reddish brown with longitudinal fissures and thin peels. It has an uneven trunk with cone-shaped twisted lateral branches. The leaves are scaled and crossed and have x-shaped white pores on the underside of the leaves. It is dioecious, with white green pebbled female flowers and light brown male flowers that grow singly at the ends of branches on each plant in spring. In the autumn after flowering, the fruits are small whitish-green balls that turn black as they ripen. The fruit contains two to four seeds. Propagation is increased by cuttings and grafting. It is planted as a park tree, hedge and garden tree.
Common name: Kaizukibaki, Scientific name: Juniperus chinensis 'Kaizuka', Country of origin: Japan, Horticultural variety, Environment: Sandy soil, Living type: Evergreen coniferous shrub, Plant: Dioecious, tree height: 300-700 cm, Bark: Reddish brown with longitudinal fissures and thin peels, Trunk: Uneven, Side Branches: Conical, twisted and elongated, Leaves: Green, Leaves: Scale-like, Inflorescence: Crossed vs. Leaf color: Green, Leaf shape: Scale-like, Inflorescence: Cross-pairing, Leaf underside: X-shaped white pores, Flowering season: April-May, Female flowers: White green, Female flowers: Globular, Female flowers attached: Single growth at the tip of the branch, Male flowers: Light brown, Male flowers diameter: 0.2 cm, Male flowers attached: Single growth at the tip of the branch, Fruiting season: October-November, Fruit type: Ball-shaped, Fruit shape: 1 cm, Fruit color ; white green to black ripe; number of seeds: 2 to 4; propagation method: cuttings, grafting; uses: park trees, hedges, garden trees.