- Flower nameShirobana taitogome
- Scientific nameSedum oryzifolium f. albiflora
- Place of originJapan
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Shirobana taitogome
Shirobana taitogome (scientific name: Sedum oryzifolium f. albiflora) is a creeping perennial herbaceous plant native to Japan that belongs to the genus Sedum of the Crassulaceae family. It grows wildly in clusters on rocky coastal areas. It produces small white flowers the size of a grain of rice in spring to the rainy season. The leaves are multi-green and fleshy and alternate on the stem.
General name: Shirobana taitogome, Scientific name: Sedum oryzifolium f. albiflora, Place of origin: Japan, habitat distribution: Honshu of west Kanto region to Kyushu, Environment: rocky shore, Life type: perennial, Grass height: 5-10 cm, Inflorescence: alternate, radial homologous; inflorescence: cymes, Flowering season: April to June; flower color: white; corolla: 5-petaled flower; diameter: 0.5 to 1 cm.