- Flower nameDeutzia gracilis
- Scientific nameDeutzia gracilis
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Deutzia gracilis
Deutzia gracilis or Hime utsugi ( scientific name:Deutzia gracilis) is a hardy deciduous shrubs of the hydrangeaceae native to Japan. Hime-utsugi is smaller and compact. than utsugi. Utsugi is often rough hairs, hair growing on the leaves whereas hime-utsugi is less clear in flowering stage is hymeucgui one month earlier. In early summer blooms of white small 5 petaled flower panicles from side branch tops. Stamens flower thread narrow wings. After the flower Bowl-shaped fruits are made. It is used for garden plant.
General name: Deutzia gracilis, Scientific name:Deutzia gracilis , aka: Hime utsugi, Origin: endemic to Japan, Habitat: Kanto-Kyushu, sunshine of living environment: coast rocks, Shrub height: 1 m oval lanceolate: bushy branching, leaf, bark: gray, Brown, tree be pointed tip. Base round, leaf margin: thin serrated, leaves hair: vs., Yes, phyllotaxis, leaf length: 5-8 cm, leaf width: 2 to 3 cm, with leaves: Green stellate hairs without stellate hairs with pale green, stock (cover) (Ulla), petiole: available and hairless, the orientation of the inflorescence form: white, panicles and flower, flower diameter:0.3cm, flowers: WINS, his somewhat: petals five, petal-shaped, wide tilt lanceolate, column number: 3 to 4 floral:, Calyx tube shaped, domed, stamens number: 10 books, flower thread (but): wing-shaped expansion of the flowering period: May to June, fruiting period: in October, fruit types: Saku fruit, fruit shape: Bowl-shaped, Seed color: Brown, seed-shaped oval on the other hand there is the membranous wings.