The earliest flowers of Osmanthus fragrans are in bloom.

    Osmanthus fragrans is an evergreen tree of the genus Oleaceae in the family Oleaceae.
    Small fragrant orange-yellow flowers that make you feel the arrival of autumn bloom.
    Since it is a dioecious strain native to China and only male strains have arrived in Japan, there are no female flowers and no fruits can be seen in Japan.

Best time to see: Mid-October to late October

    In Oizumi Ryokuchi, it is found in various places in the park, but it is often found near the autumn leaves bridge, the octagonal flowerbed, and the northeastern part of Hasumi Bridge.
    As of October 7, the early ones have begun to bloom at the autumn leaves bridge.