Flower Database

Shiroya mabuki

Basic information
Flower Name
Shiroya mabuki
Formal Name
Rhodotypos scandens
Alias
Habitat
Japan, China
Morph
Deciduous shrub
Comment
Rhodotypos scandens or Shiroya mabuki (White Yamabuki, scientific name: Rhodotypos scandens) is native to Japan and China, and it is a deciduous small shrub of the genus Rosaceae. In the spring, 4 white flower plants will bloom. The stems are brown, the leaves are green, and the veins are sharp. Four fruits attached to the leaves behind flowers will change from red to black as they actually ripen. It is not a white version of yellow flower blooming {{Yamabuki}} , but it is a flower of the same family. The difference between Shiroyama Bamboo and Yamaboki is as follows.
â– Difference between Shiroyamabuki and Yamaboki
Shiroyamabuki (White Yamabuki) - Flower color: White, Genus name: Shiroyamabuchi genus, Corollary shape: 4 valve flowers, Number of calyx pieces: 4 sheets, leaf order:
Yamabuki (Yamabuki) - flower color: yellow, genus: yamabuki, corolla shape: 5 valve flower, number of calyx pieces: 5 sheets, leaves: alternate
Generic name: Shiro yamabuki (White Yamabuki), Scientific name: Rhodotypos scandens, original place: China and Japan, tree height: 100 to 200 cm, flower diameter: 3 to 5 cm , Flower color: white, flowering period: April - May.
Detailed information
Order
Rosales
Family
Rosaceae
Genus
Rhodotypos
Species
R.scandens
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Petal shape
Cross
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Double serrated
Flowering place
Garden Botanic garden park
Color
White
Season
Apr May
Height
100  ~ 200  [cm]
Diameter
3  ~ 5