Rhaphiolepis umbellata or Sharimbai (scientific name: Rhaphiolepis indica var. umbellata) is native to Japan and is an evergreen shrub of the Rosaceae family. Twigs appear in a ring shape and the leaves are attached to each other in wheels. Scattering inflorescence extending from the branch in the spring White to light brown Add a five-valve flower similar to plum. From late summer to autumn, yellow green spherical fruits are made and then ripen black.
Common name: Rhaphiolepis umbellata or Sharimbai, Scientific name: Rhaphiolepis indica var. umbellata, also known as Rhaphiolepis, Place of Origin: Japan, Korea, Environment: Coastal rocky place, tree height: 1 - 4 m, leaf shape: broad ovoid to ellipse, leaf height: 5 to 8 cm, leaf width: 3 cm, leaf color: light green, Leaf quality: shiny cortex, leaf margin: shallow sawtooth presence, leaf order: wheat-shaped alternating, amphoteric flowers, flowering period: April to June, flower size: 1 to 1.5 cm, flower color: white Flower shape: spherical shape, fruit shape: spherical shape, fruit shape: August - September (yellowish green color), petal shape, flower shape: flower petals, number of petals: 5 petals shape: oval shape, chin cylinder shape: funnel shape, A state in which a little purple color is on the surface of the fruit carrying the ground), October - November (black ripen), number of seeds: 1, seed diameter 0.8 cm, use: park tree, garden, blackish-brown dye, herbal medicine, equipment material.