Sasanqua flowers are in bloom.
- Sasanqua is a member of the genus Camellia of the Theaceae family and is endemic to Japan. You can enjoy it for a long time by blooming one after another when there are few flowers in winter.
- It is an evergreen middle-high tree like camellia, but short hairs grow on young branches and petioles, and petals are scattered one by one after the flowers are finished.
- There are many horticultural varieties, such as Kantsubaki (called a lion head in Kansai).
Best time to see: From early November to late January
- In Oizumi Ryokuchi, you can see it in various places in the park such as Kaiyu Land and near Pergola.
Status as of December 20