Flower Database

Euonymus hamiltonianus

Basic information
Flower Name
Euonymus hamiltonianus
Formal Name
Euonymus hamiltonianus
Alias
山錦木, 眞弓
Habitat
Japan and China
Morph
Hardy deciduous shrub
Comment
Euonymus hamiltonianus or Mayumi (Scientific name: Euonymus hamiltonianus) Is a cold-resistant deciduous shrub belonging to the family Celastraceae native to mountains in Japan and China. In early summer light green four flower blossoms will bloom and in autumn we can enjoy a lot of red fruits and seeds, autumn leaves. The fruit hangs from the branch like a cherry tree, it is angular and the four corners are broken. When the pericarp matures, it cracks into four, and bright red seeds appear. Garden trees, bow, stamps, combs and other processed materials, sprouts are edible as wild plants. Seeds are poisonous and can not be eaten. There are Shiro-mayumi (scientific name:s andalwood) which puts red seeds on the white fruit as a garden cultivar.
Generic name: Euonymus hamiltonianus or Mayumi, Scientific name: Euonymus hamiltonianus, habitat: Japan, Environment: moutain, tree heigh : 5 m, stem color: green to change tea color, leaf color: green, leaves: saliva, saw tooth: yes, leaf vein: yes, flower color: light green, number of petals: 4 Period: May - June, Fruit period: October to November, fruit color: red · white, seed color: red, fruit shape: angular 4 fissures, fruit diameter: 1 cm, dice exotic strain However, use: garden tree, processed material (bow, seal, comb), wild vegetable (sprout).
Detailed information
Order
Celastrales
Family
Celastraceae
Genus
Euonymus
Species
E. hamiltonianus
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Cross
Leaf type
Cordate
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Green
Season
May Jun
Height
500  ~ 500  [cm]
Diameter
1  ~ 1.2