Flower NameViburnum tinus
Formal NameViburnum tinus
AliasLaurustinus, ビバーナム・ティナス, 常盤莢迷, Viburnum tinus
Morphcold-resistant evergreen shrub
Viburnum tinus, commonly called as Laurustinus or Tokiwa Gamazumi (Scientific Name: Viburnum tinus) is native to the Mediterranean coast, and is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Adoxaceae. From November to April, inflate vermillion buds and white fragrant flowers bloom. The egg-shaped fruits ripen dark purple from October to November overlapping with flowering. Fruits are used for flower arrangements and cut flowers. The flower language is "impatience of love."It is the name of the evergreens who are members of the gull (scattered, scientific name: Viburnum dilatatum) and are evergreen trees. By the way, the wormwood adds red fruit (V. dilatatum).
Common name: t Laurustinus, scientific name:Viburnum tinus, aka: Laurustinus, viburnum Tinus, viburnum, Tokiwa Gamazumi (Japanese), origin: Mediterranean coast, Height: 100-300 cm, leaf shape: oval-egg-shaped, leaf color: dark green, leaf length: 3 - 10 cm, phyllotaxis: vs., leaf margin: entire inflorescences: umbel, color: white, florets diameter:0.5-0.7cm, flowering: in the small flower: trumpet-shaped Tip 5 crack, flower diameter: 5-10 cm, fruit: berries, fruit color: dark purple, The fruit diameter:0.5-0.7 cm, use: potted plants, garden planted, the leaves are dried flowers, fruits floral arrangement and medicinal flowers and bird-feeding supplies.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flowering placeGarden Pot flower
SeasonJan Feb Mar Apr Nov Dec
Height100 ~ 300 [cm]
Diameter0.5 ~ 0.7