Flower Database

Hyuga mizuki

Basic information
Flower Name
Hyuga mizuki
Formal Name
Corylopsis pauciflora
Alias
日向水木
Habitat
Japan
Morph
Deciduous shrub
Comment
Hyuga mizuki (scientific name: Corylopsis pauciflora) is a deciduous shrub in the Hamamelidaceae, which is endemic to Japan. In the spring, before the leaves emerge, the pale yellow, bell-shaped crown of small flowers with five lacerated tips bloom underneath. Its Japanese name comes from its resemblance to the leaves of the mizuki in Hyuga. Also called Kobano tosamizuki (small-leafed tosamizuki), the entire tree and its leaves are smaller than Winter hazel or tosa mizuki (scientific name: Corylopsis spicata). It is used for bonsai, park trees and garden trees.
General name: Hyuga mizuki, scientific name:Corylopsis pauciflora,
origin: Fukui and Hyogo Prefecture in Japan, life type: deciduous shrubs, tree: 1-2 m tall , tree width: 1-2 m, stem: bushy shape and leaf wide round, leaf width: 3 cm. leaf arrangement: opposite, margin: serrated, Star, bell-shaped, flower diameter: 8-9 cm, color: pale yellow,Anther: tea color, flower: from March to April, the fruiting period: September, applications, hedges, trees, note: flowers bloom ago the leaves
Detailed information
Order
Saxifragales
Family
Hamamelidaceae
Genus
Corylopsis
Species
C. pauciflora
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Petal shape
Campanulate
Leaf type
Round/Circle
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
park
Color
Cream
Season
Mar Apr
Height
100  ~ 200  [cm]
Diameter
8  ~ 9