- Flower nameKokejakousou
- Scientific nameThymus serphyllum var. minus
- Place of originEurope to Western Asia.
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Kokejakousou
Kokejakousou (Latin name: Thymus serphyllum var. minus) is a shrub of the Lamiaceae family native to North Africa, Eurasia. It is a kind of Thymus serphyllum variant. Stretched upright stalks, moss mat spread. Bloom Flower Pink Lips shaped from the axils in summer.
scientific name Thymus serphyllum var. minus
Origin: Eurasia, North Africa, Environment: dry Rocky,
Living type: grass of shrub, plant: places flowers: solitary, leaf shape: oval, phyllotaxis: vs., leaf: serrated, flowers of 5-10 cm,: axil, Star: lip shape (1 upper lip, lower lip three-lobed), long:0.5~1.0cm flowers, flower width:0.5cm, Number of stamens: 4, color: pink, flowering period: from May to October in July, jaw shape, bell-shaped, use: ground cover