Quercus gilva

Quercus gilva

  • Quercus gilva
  • Quercus gilva
  • Flower name
    Quercus gilva
  • Scientific name
    Quercus gilva
  • Alias一位樫, ロガシ, 櫓樫
  • Place of originJapan-East Asia
  • Place of floweringCemetery & Temple
  • Flowering seasonApril, May

What is Quercus gilva

Gilva , scientific name:Quercus gilva , is an evergreen broadleaf trees of the Quercus genus of the department Fagaceae native to East Asia include Japan. Bark of young trees is grey-brown, becoming old and dark gray and the chipped on and off. And the hair grows green, leaf, leaf table, looks white. And only top sharp serrated leaf margins, are pointed at the tip. In Monoecious flowering in the spring. Acorn without harshness unusual and can be eaten raw. Shrine sacred tree or wood is used. Durable material, so is used to the tower building and the ship.

Generic name: gilva,
scientific name:Quercus gilva,
distribution: Japan and East Asia, living environment: cliff, rock, living type: evergreen trees, height: 15-30 m, Bark: dark gray with ash brown color (young) randomly falling (old), growth: somewhat slow, leaf shape: lanceolate fall to Tsim, leaf color: green, leaves behind colour: whitish, leaf quality: somewhat stiff, leaf margin: top sharp serrated at the bottom is all edges, flower color: pale yellow, Monoecious, flowering period: April-May, fruit: nuts, Acorn shape: oval-shaped with vertical stripes of cupules: horizontal stripes are long velvet hair instead of coating the fruit edible: Lye, and raw food-friendly, materials: sturdy and uses: shrine sacred tree, wood, Park trees, building materials, utensils (boat OAR)


  • Order
    Fagales
  • Family
    Fagaceae
  • Genus
    Quercus
  • Species
    Q. gilva
  • Type of flower
  • Array of flower
  • Petal shape
    without
  • Leaf type
    Inverted lanceolate
  • Edge of the leaf
    Serrated
  • Life typeEvergreen broadleaf tree
  • Flower colors
  • Colors of the leavesGreen
  • Fruit colorGreen
  • Height1500.0 ~ 3000.0 cm
  • Diameter of flower0.5 ~ 0.7 cm

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