- Flower nameLindera praecox
- Scientific nameLindera praecox
- Aliasムラダチ, 群立, 油瀝青, ジシャ, ズサ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Lindera praecox
Lindera praecox is a deciduous shrub of the family Lauraceae. native to Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan. Half-day mountain prefer shades of wetlands. The tree branches off, and a stock stands.. Bark is dark brown, becomes the gray over the years. Leaves hospitality is in green backs with grayish-white oval-shaped, and are pointed at the tip. Yellow leaves in autumn. Stipe between the branches and leaves are tinged with red. Before spring, the leaves are out, dioecious, cymes blooms of pale yellow and light green flowers. Pale yellow flowers are male and light green ones are female. Give the cones after the flowers a lot of oil. Use kerosene oil targeted along with seeds, bark too much oil and fuel has been used.
Generic name: Lindera praecox, scientific name:Lindera praecox, aka: Abrachan (in Jananese), Habitat: Mainland-half of Shikoku and Kyushu, Japan, environment: mountain wetlands in the shade, height: 3-5 m, tree diameter: 1 m, bark color: dark brown to gray discoloration and leaf length: 4 to 10 cm, leaf width: 4 cm, leaf shape: oval, pointed, leaf color: green (table), Brown (back), leaf margin: entire, phyllotaxis: alternate, Dioecious, flower shape: cymes, flowering period: March-April, flower color: yellow-green (female) pale yellow (male), floral design: with the fruiting period: September-October, fruit shape, cones, fruit length:1.5cm, fruit color: lime, seed color: Brown.