Bitter orange

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    Bitter orange @ Hamanako Garden Park(Pacific Flora 2004)
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    Bitter orange @ Hamanako Garden Park(Pacific Flora 2004)

Basic information

Flower Name
Bitter orange
Formal Name
Citrus aurantium
Alias
Kabusu
Habitat
India-Himalayas
Morph
medicinal plants

Comment

What is Bitter orange

Bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) is a medicinal plants native to India having fruit color from generation to generation in the winter, Cubs (Kabusu) and early summer bloom white flowers of Evergreen small trees of citrus. Citrus aurantium (family) name is better. From the years trees that bear fruit called citrus aurantium is even now called "generation to generation". Eaten raw because sour is the Marmalade and the Ponzu sauce and other condiments, spruce (from generation to generation skin) and materials of herbal medicine that kids will. Because it has ingredients similar to ephedra (ephedra, ephedra) skin of citrus that dietary supplement ingredients.

Common name: Cubs (Kabusu), scientific name:Citrus aurantium, aka: citrus aurantium, Bitter orange ,origin: India-Himalayan tree height (m) color: white flowering May-June Peel color: various color ,season: winter

Detailed information

Order
Sapindales
Family
Rutaceae
Genus
Citrus
Species
C. aurantium
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
5petals
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Orchard
Color
White
Season
MayJun
Height
400 ~ 500 [cm]
Diameter
1.5 ~ 2

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