Enkianthus perulatus is a deciduous shrub of the family Ericaceae enkianthus genus native to Japan. It grows at the rock of mountain from Mainland to Kyushu and Shikoku in Japan. Small white flowers(there are also peach colored flowers) from spring to early summer small bell-shaped or vase-shaped blooms in the drop-down. Fall foliage, leaf color is a fiery red with beautiful shades. In the same genus there is Enkianthus quinqueflorus, which is an evergreen tree native to Hong Kong and in the early spring Pink flowers make bloom.
Common name: Enkianthus perulatus, scientific name: Enkianthus perulatus, aka: Doudan Tsutsuji, Place of origin: Japan, distribution of habitat: Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan , Distribution: rcky mountain, tree height: 40 to 300 cm, leaf shape, diamond, leaf length: 2 to 5 cm, inflorescence form: umbel, corolla shape: bell, flowering period : April to May, flower color: white or pink, flower diameter: 0.5 cm, use: bonsai, garden plant, park tree, hedge.