- Flower nameQuercus salicina
- Scientific nameQuercus salicina
- Place of originKorean Peninsula, Taiwan, Japan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMay
What is Quercus salicina
Quercus salicina (scientific name: Quercus salicina) is an evergreen broad leaved tall tree of the family Fagaceae, in the Korean Peninsula, Taiwan, Japan. In Japan, it grows native to Miyagi prefecture, south of Niigata prefecture, Kyushu, Okinawa. We will extend the spiked inflorescences with both sexes. The name is based on the fact that the leaves are white. Acorns are fall in the second year. Wood is hard and dense, it is also strong against termites so it is used as a building material.
Common name: Quercus salicina, Scientific name: Quercus salicina, Place of origin: Korean Peninsula, Taiwan, Japan, distribution in the country: Miyagi prefecture and Niigata prefecture to Kyushu, Okinawa in Japan, the environment: along the ridges and streams of low mountains, evergreen broadleaf trees, trees height: 20 m ~, leafy: thin cortex, leaf shape: inverted, leaf margin: sharp serrated teeth, Leaf color: powder white, leaf order: alternate, inflorescence: spike, male flower color: brown, flowering period: May, fruit type: nuts, fruiting period: October - November of the following year, acorn Shape: long oval, fruit length: 2 cm, acorn color: dark brown, material: hard and dense, strong against white ants, application: garden tree, garden tree, wood - building material, leaf - tea, extract - drugs and Bath additives, acorn - pig feed, shiitake mushroom logs, tea.