Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその周辺の野生植物

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Acer micranthum / Kominekaede コミネカエデ

Bloom time: April-May

   
Family:
 
Aceraceae /
Kaedeka

  Species in the genus Acer:

Acer carpinifolium / Chidorinoki
Acer crataegifolium / Urikaede
Acer japonicum / Hauchiwakaede
Acer micranthum / Kominekaede
Acer_mono_var._macroratum_f._heterophyllum / Itayakaede
Acer palmatum / Irohamomiji
Acer rufinerve / Urihadakaede


 
   

Acer micranthum / Kominekaede コミネカエデ

 
Acer micranthum, a small deciduous tree of 6-10m in height and 15cm in diameter with gray-brown barks, commonly grows in mountainous regions. With no hairs, the young branches tinge themselves with red. The phyllotaxis is the opposite; the 5-8cm in diameter leaf blades are palmately cleft in three, and the lobes extend long in a tailway, with double serrations on the margins. Dioecious or monoecious: A. micranthum bears 20-30, about 4mm across, yellow-green flowers in 4-10cm long inflorescences. Bloom time: June-July.
               
                     
                     
                     

SPRING #1

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