- Flower namePolytrichum juniperinum
- Scientific namePolytrichum juniperinum
- Aliasジュニパーヘアキャップ, juniper haircap, Polytrichum juniperinum, 杉苔, 苔, コケ
- Place of originall continents
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering season
- Language of flowersmaternal love
What is Polytrichum juniperinum
Polytrichum juniperinum, juniper haircap, juniper polytrichum moss, sugigoke (scientific name: Polytrichum juniperinum) is native to all continents and is an evergreen perennial moss in the family Polytrichaceae. A tube has been developed that carries water from the rhizome to the leaves. The stem is erect and has many elongated lanceolate leaflets resembling cedar leaves. The leaflets are green as they undergo photosynthesis in the sun. The tips of the leaves are noticeable because they are reddish brown. Dioecious. Male spores fertilize the female via water. The tip of the male plant looks like a red flower, but there is no flower because it is moss. Proliferates on spores and asexual sprouts. Even if there is no flower, there is a flower language called "maternal love".
General name : Polytrichum juniperinum, scientific name: Polytrichum juniperinum, aka: juniper haircap, juniper polytrichum mosssugigoke,leaf color: grey-green, flower: none but spores or nothing There is sex bud, use: Japanese garden, terrarium.