What is Hydrangea serrata
Hydrangea serrata , Mountain hydrangeas, or Yama Ajisai (scientific name:Hydrangea serrata), is a hardy deciduous shrubs in the hydrangeaceae native to Japan.
It is similar to gloss hydrangea (scientific name: H. macrophylla f. Normalis) .
The flower is smaller than Hydrangea(Ajisai, scientific name: Hydrangea macrophilla) . However, the flower color is abundant. The leaves are the source of sweet tea.
Generic name: Mountain hydrangeas, Scientific name:Hydrangea serrata, Origin: Japan, East Asia, North and South America, Habitat: Southern Tohoku (Fukushima), Shikoku, Kyushu, environment: along the swamp or moist forest floor, life type: hardy deciduous shrubs, height:1.2m, leaf: egg-shaped and distinct veins, phyllotaxis: opposite, leaf color: green, serrated:, flowers form: 2 out cymes, flower: purple, blue, peach, white, petals number (calyx variable): 5, Bisexual flower diameter: 1 cm, the neutral flower diameter: 2-3 cm, flowering time: June to July.