- Flower nameLithocarpus edulis
- Scientific nameLithocarpus edulis
- Aliasマタジイ, 全手葉椎
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Lithocarpus edulis
Lithocarpus edulis is an evergreen broadleaf trees of beech of the family Fagaceae native of Japan. Native to the coast of Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Considered useful for wind and fire because it leaves the flower would be emergency food fruit acorns, planted in tropical coast of Japan.
Generic name: Lithocarpus edulis, scientific name:Lithocarpus edulis, origin: Chiba Prefecture, South Japan, environment: global warming coastal living type: Evergreen broad-leaved trees, height: 15 m, in the vertical stem gray Brown in white muscle of the Monoecious and leaf quality: big the cortex luster of, leaf length: leaf margin of 10 to 25 cm, with leaf color: dark green (hospitality), ash Brown (back), leaf vegetation and leaf fall arytenoid needle length oval be pointed slightly ahead,: all edges, phyllotaxis: alternate, Flowers: spikes (male plants, upwards), catkins (female tells of one), flower color: yellow, flowering period: May-June, fruit types: oblong, acorns, fruit shape, fruit length: 2-3 cm, remarks: endemic to Japan, uses the wood heating, street trees and wind, fire-resistant trees and wood utensils, charcoal, fruit and edible, shochu.