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(First upload on February 7 2010. Last on February 3 2017) [ 日本語 | English ]

Hibiscus syriacus L.






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Hibiscus L. (フヨウ) in Japan


H. acetosella Welw. ex Hieron. (シソアオイ): gardening
H. cannabinus L. (アオイツナソ), kenaf: cultivation
H. coccineus Walter (モミジアオイ)
H. glaber (Matsum. ex Hatt.) Matsum. ex Nakai (モンテンボク): endemic to Bonin Islands
H. hamabo Siebold et Zucc. (ハマボウ): native to Japan, but not in Hokkaido

f. albiflorus H. Nakanishi (シロバナハマボウ)

H. makinoi Jotani et H. Ohba (サキシマフヨウ): originally in Okinawa
H. militaris Cav. (ソコベニアオイ), halberd-leaf rosemallow: gardening
H. moscheutos L. (アメリカフヨウ)
H. mutabilis L. (フヨウ)
H. pacificus Nakai ex Jotani et H. Ohba (イオウトウフヨウ): Iwo Island, and the neighbors
H. rosa-sinensis L. (ブッソウゲ), rose mallow, Chinese hibiscus: gardening

var. liliiflorus Hochr. (ユリザキムクゲ)

H. schizopetalus (Dyer) Hook. f. (フウリンブッソウゲ), cut-petaled hibiscus: gardening
H. syriacus L. (ムクゲ)
H. taiwanensis Hu (ヤマフヨウ)
H. tiliaceus L. (オオハマボウ): southern Kyushu and Okinawa
H. trionum L. (ギンセンカ): exotic

Hibiscus syriacus in Asia


Mukuge (ムクゲ, 木槿/無窮花), rose of Sharon
Lifeform: deciduous shrub
Origin: India - China (many cultivars)
Habitat: mountain slopes (in the original regions)
Seed dispersal: wind (flat seeds with hair)

Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (fauna and flora 種リスト)

Cultivars: doble-flowered cv, etc.

ST1 ST2 ST3

索引

ST4 ST5
[1-3] at N23/W2, East Ward, Sapporo, on August 31 2009. [4] at a trail to go Mount Namsan in Seoul City, Korea, on September 13 2012. This tree is the national flower of Korea. [5] fruiting shoots near Muroran Marine Station of Hokkaido University, Muroran City, on September 17 2013.

Cultivars

ST4 ST4 ST4
[1-3] near the Arboretum of Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, close to the Poplar Street on September 27 2016.

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