- Flower nameMicrolepia marginata
- Scientific nameMicrolepia marginata
- Place of originEast Asia and Southeast Asia
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering season
What is Microlepia marginata
Microlepia marginata or Fumoto-shida (scientific name: Microlepia marginata) is native temperate region of East Asia and Southeast Asia and is an evergreen perennial fern plant of the family Dennstaedtiaceae . It grows in the foot of the mountain. The plant height is about 60 cm.
Common name:Microlepia marginata,scientific name: Microlepia marginata, aka:Fumoto-shida, grass height: 60 cm, petiole length: 20 to 30 cm, leaf width: 15 to 25 cm, leaf shape: oval triangle , Leaf shape: single winged compound leaf, number of wing pieces: 20 to 25 pairs, leaf edge: serrated teeth.