New South Wales Christmas Bush
New South Wales Christmas Bush( scientific name: Ceratopetalum gummiferum) is an evergreen mid-high tree of thefamily Cunoniaceae from New South Wales, Australia. Like summer Christmas, in Australia, from spring to summer (November to January), a lot of small white five-petals bloom from the tip of the branch. In Australia in the southern hemisphere and Japan in the northern hemisphere, the four seasons are the opposite, so it blooms in the summer of Australia, that is, late autumn to winter in Japan. After flowering, the buds grow and turn red, and the whole tree is dyed red during the Christmas season.
Generic name: New South Wales Christmas bush, scientific name: Ceratopetalum gummiferum, alias: Christmas bush , Ceratopetalum, tree height: 6 - 10 m, leaf shape: Sande compound leaf, leaflet shape: oblong shape, inflorescence: opposite, leaf edge: fine saw blade, flower diameter: 1 cm, flower color: white, flowering period: May to July (in Japan) Season),