- Flower nameSedum oryzifolium
- Scientific nameSedum oryzifolium
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Sedum oryzifolium
Sedum oryzifolium or taitogome (scientific name: Sedum oryzifolium) is a creeping perennial wildflower native to Japan, belonging to the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae. It grows wild in clusters on the rocky shores of Honshu (Kanto region and westwards) to Shikoku, Kyushu, and Amami Oshima in Japan. It produces small yellow flowers the size of a grain of rice from spring to the rainy season. The leaves are fleshy and green, and are attached to the stem in alternate clusters. There is also a white-flowered white flowered tightgoume.
Common name: Sedum oryzifolium, Scientific name: Sedum oryzifolium, aka: taitogome , Place of origin: Japan, habitat distribution: Honshu (Kanto District and westwards) to Shikoku, Kyushu, Amami Oshima, environment: coastal rocky areas, Type of Life: Perennial grass, Grass Height: 5-10 cm, Inflorescences: Alternate, Radiating symmetrical flowers, radiating symmetrical flowers, inflorescence: cymose, Flowering season: April-June, Flower color: yellow, Corolla: 5-petaled, Flower diameter: 0.5-1 cm.