What is Photinia glabra
Photinia glabra , Japanese photinia or Kaname-mochi (Scientific name, Photinia glabra) is an evergreen broad-leaved shrub belonging to Rosaceae, a family of the Rosaceae family, native to China and Japan. It is unusual, the leaves turn red in early spring and become green in winter. Leaves turn red with ingredients called anthocyanin when autumn leaves are in sprout. In the spring to the early summer, the scattered inflorescences are stretched, and white small five-flowered flowers are attached to the branches and looks like bubbles. There is Red / Robin (Photinia × fraseri) in a hybrid breed of Canadian mochi (Photinia glabra) and Okoba kannaimotchi (Photinia serrulata). Red · Robin is deeper red shoots of buds than Benicarps, leaves are large and soft, saw teeth of leaves are discreet. Every tree can be planted as a hedge in the garden, a street tree, a park tree.
Generic name: Photinia glabra , Japanese photinia or Kaname-mochi, Scientific name: Photinia glabra, Place of origin: China, Japan, Tree height: 5 m, bark color: gray-black ~ black brown, leaf awakening period: April ~, leaf quality: cortex, leaf length: 5 to 10 cm, wave form: oblong circular to narrow ovoid, leaf margin: small Flower color: white to white peach, flower color: 0.7 to 0.8 cm, flower shape: 5 valve (flower shape: flower shape: flower shape: flower shape: flower shape: Flowers, fruits: spherical and ripen red in autumn.