- Flower nameCytisus andreanus
- Scientific nameCytisus scoparius 'andreanus'
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Cytisus andreanus
Cytisus scoparius 'andreanus' is a cultivar of Common bloom (scientific name: Cytisus scoparius) , which is a semi-cold-tolerant deciduous shrub in the Fabaceae and is native to Europe.
It produces yellow butterfly-shaped flowers with red spots on their wing petals.
Generic name: Cytisus Scoparius 'Andreanus',also known as brome, Origin: Europe, shrub height: 60-300 cm, Stem: Upright, Branch: Oblique, Leaf shape: 3 budding leaves, Leaf length: 1-3 cm, Petiole: Reciprocal, Flowering Period: May - June, Colour: yellow with red spots, Fruit type: Beetle, Seed colour: blackish brown, Note: All grasses have alkaloids and are poisonous.