- Flower nameQuercus phillyraeoides
- Scientific nameQuercus phillyraeoides
- AliasQuercus phillyraeoides
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringSeashore, Bonsai, Streets, Planting
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Quercus phillyraeoides
Quercus phillyraeoides or Ubamegashi (scientific name: Quercus phillyraeoides) is native to Japan and is an evergreen broad-leaved small tree in the family Fagaceae.The male flower blooms white-green flowers from the tip of the branch to the string-like spikes. Female flowers have a small five-petal flower on their axils. Acorn fruit of about 2cm is formed after the flower.
General name: Quercus phillyraeoides, aka: Ubamegashi, scientific name: Quercus phillyraeoides, Tree height: 5-20 m, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf order: Alternating, Leaf margin: Sawtooth, Leaf height: 3-6 cm, Leaf width: 2-3 cm, fruit type: nut, use: bonsai, bincho charcoal, hedge, street tree.