- Flower nameOrostachys japonica
- Scientific nameOrostachys japonica
- Alias Orostachys japonica
- Place of originJapan, Korea and China
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonOctober, November
What is Orostachys japonica
Orostachys japonica (Scientific name: japonica) is an evergreen, perennial succulent of the Crassulaceae family of plants, native to Japan, Korea and China. In Japan, it grows wild in dry and rocky areas from Kanto to Shikoku and Kyushu. The leaves are lanceolate and rhizomatous, and in autumn, the flower stalk emerges from between the rhizomatous leaves and produces white flowers with conical inflorescences growing from the tips.
Common name: Orostachys japonica, Scientific name: Orostachys japonica, leaf shape: lanceolate, leaf margin: needle-like, leaf color: green to red (autumn), flowering season: October-November, inflorescence: conical inflorescence, flower color: white, anther color: red, use: for appreciation, potted planting, rock garden, the flower ears are the material of the tile pine of Chinese medicine.