- Flower nameVaccinium japonicum
- Scientific nameVaccinium japonicum
- Aliasアカワンノキ, 灰汁柴, アカワンノキ, ハナシキビ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Low mountains
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Vaccinium japonicum
Vaccinium japonicum is a deciduous ericaceous shrubs of the Ericaceae family Vaccinium genus native to Japan. It grows wild for a mountainous district forest of Kyushu from Hokkaido. It does a ramification, and the shape of a tree spreads horizontally aside. The bark is green. It is colored dark green, and jaggedness is for the leaf in quality of paper, ovoid, and the leaf grows each other and is accompanied. It lets the downward flower which it takes out long waste flowers from an axil, and does descent bloom one by one in the summer. Floral art is light red, and the tip does 4 incisions with flowering, and a lanceolate bud is rolled up outward. A corolla and the calyx are unified and fall at the time of the fall together. It can be eaten the red small spherical fruit becoming after a flower in autumn.
Common name: Vaccinium japonicum, scientific name:Vaccinium japonicum, Habitat: Hokkaido-Kyushu, forest edge living environment: mountain, living type: deciduous shrubs, Height: 20-100 cm, bark color: green, tree branches and horizontal, the leaf color: dark, solitary, petiole: no, leaf length: 2 to 7 cm, leaf width: 1-3 cm, leaves: alternate, paper, phyllotaxis, leaf shape: oval-is oval-shaped, leaf margin: fine serrated, leaves: Lancet, bisexual flowers, Per: axillary flowers out of long floral with droopy one at a time, to bloom, flower color: pale pink with floral:1~1.5cm Tip: deep red, flower head, caught up on the outside, 1 cm, cracked tip along with the flowering buds, flower diameter:0.5cm, Star: lanceolate-flowering time: June to July, Calyx lobes number: 4, Corolla 4 crack ,: The number of stamens 8: NAMI ending in Septemberto October, fruit color, red, fruit shape: spherical calyx teeth at the tip, edible fruit types: liquid fruit, fruit diameter:0.7-0.8cm, fruit-friendly, use: Garden, medicinal.