- Flower nameSedum bulbiferum
- Scientific nameSedum bulbiferum
- Place of originJapan to China
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Sedum bulbiferum
Sedum bulbiferum or Komochi Mannengusa (scientific name: Sedum bulbiferum) is native to Japan to China. Weeds that grow out of the way between Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa. In early summer, the inflorescences are spread and yellow quince flowers bloom sparsely. Seeds can hardly be made, instead, the leaf buds are made up of two pairs of leaves. The mukago falls and breeds.
Common name: Sedum bulbiferum, scientific name: Sedum bulbiferum, aka: Komochi Mannengusa, genus Manengusa, origin: Japan, China, plant height: 5-20 cm, leaf color: yellow Green, leaf shape: cocoon-shaped needle, inflorescence: gathered inflorescence, flower diameter: 1.5 cm, flowering period: May to June, male cocoon: 10, flower thread: yellow.