Rhododendron mucronulatum ciliatum
What is Rhododendron mucronulatum ciliatum
Rhododendron mucronulatum ciliatum , scientific name: Rhododendron mucronulatum var. ciliatum, is azaleas of exobasidium deciduous broad-leaved shrub native to Korea, China, Mongolia, and Japan. In Japan which centered on the Genkai sea cliffs and pebbles. Karamurasaki tstuji (Tang purple azalea, scientific name: Rhododendron mucronulatum var. mucronulatum) variant is particularly insensitive. Thin branches, leaves have oval-shaped and grows both wild hair both sides. Among the azaleas bloomed early on, mid March-mid-April, ago the leaves expand, funnel-shaped flower diameter about 5 cm in 5 deep lobed pink or white flowers bloom. Buds branches leading to 1-several together, with single flowers bloom from a single bud. Source of light by double-petaled garden variety.
Common name :Rhododendron mucronulatum ciliatum, scientific name :Rhododendron mucronulatum var. ciliatum , Habitat distributions: Genkai community living environment: rubble and rocks, life type: deciduous broad-leaved shrub height: 200 to 400 cm, stems thin, leaf shape: oval-shaped, leaf: 3 to 6 cm, leaf color: Green-autumn (fall), leaf arrangement: loquat with fruits, needled branches, Corolla: in the funnel-shaped Tip 5 deep lobed, petals: rounded flower diameter: 5 cm, flower color: pink, white, flowering period: mid March-mid-April,: number of stamens 10 books, prior to the deployment of flowers: hairy, pistil: 1, features: leaves flowers bloom. Uses: parks, flowering trees and shrubs.