- Flower nameEzo Kibushi
- Scientific nameStachyurus praecox var. ezo
- Place of originHokkaido
- Place of floweringSeashore
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Ezo Kibushi
Ezo kibushi (scientific name: Stachyurus praecox var. ezo) is a variant of Kibushi , a deciduous shrub in the family Stachyuraceae, native to Japan. It grows wild in the mountains and fields near the coastline in the southeastern part of Hokkaido. This plant produces yellow four-petaled flowers in the spring with a tail-shaped inflorescence.
Generic name: Stachyurus praecox var. ezo, Origin: Japan, Habitat distribution: Hokkaido, Living environment: mountains and fields near the coastline, Living type: deciduous shrub, Tree height: 300-500 cm, Flowering period: March-April, Flower color: yellow, Flower diameter: 1 cm.