What is Deutzia crenata
Deutzia crenata or utsugi (scientific name: Deutzia crenata) is native to Japan and is a cold-resistant deciduous shrub of the hydrangeae family. In the early summer, the conical inflorescence is extended from the side branch tip, and many small white pentaphyll flowers bloom. The stamens of the stamens have narrow wings. Spherical fruits are made after flowers. The fruits are fruit fruits, ripening 3-4 tears. Also known as Unohana. Utagi was attached in the sense that the inside of the stem was empty. Uses are garden trees, wooden nails, toothpicks and so on.
Generic name: Deutzia crenata or Utsugi, Scientific name: Deutzia crenata, aka: utsugi, Origin: from Hokkaido to Kyushu, Amami Oshima Iland in Japan, China, Environment: Yamano, sunshine of forest road, tree height: 1 ~ 2 m, leaf shape: tip with sharp point with egg-like lanceolate shape, leaf edge: saw tooth, leaf hair: yes, leaves: young, Flower Inflorescence: conical inflorescence, flowering period: May to June, Number of petals: 5, Number of flower columns: 3 to 4, Stamens: 10, flower color: white, flower diameter: 0.5 cm.