Skimmia White Globe
Flower NameSkimmia White Globe
Formal NameSkimmia japonica cv. white globe
AliasSkimmia White Globe, シキミア・ホワイトグローブ
Morphcold-resistant evergreen shrub
Skimmia White glove (Scientific name: Skimmia japonica cv. White Globe) is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Rutaceae of garden cultivar. It is a dwarf species of horticultural varieties bred in the Netherlands. Miyama shikimi(Scientific name:Skimmia japonica) went overseas and improved and became a gardening variety called Skimmia White glove. The green buds turn into white flowers after January and make the flowers bloom until spring. The flower is fragrant with 4 petals. A red fruit is formed after the flower. In the same genus, there is a skimia rubela with a red spear. Miyayama Shikimi is named Shikimi (scientific name: Illicium anisatum), but it is a separate plant from Shikimi.
Common name: Skimmia 'White Globe', scientific name: Skimmia japonica cv. White Globe, aka: Skimmia, Life Type: Cold-resistant evergreen shrub, tree height: 30 to 40 cm, leaf quality: hard luster, leaf shape: wide oval/wide ellipse, leaf color: green, leaf edge:Entire, Phyllotaxis: alternate, inflorescence shape: conical inflorescence, Bud color: green, flower color: white, number of petals: 4, flower diameter: 0.8-0.9 cm, flowering period: March-April, fruit color: red, number of seeds: 1, Ornamental period: September to next May, use: cut flowers, potted plants, group planting, note: extremely toxic.
SpeciesS. japonica cv. White Globe
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf typeBroad elliptic
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeCt flower・Flower arrangement cultivated variety Pot flower foliage plant
Height30 ~ 40 [cm]
Diameter0.8 ~ 0.9