- Flower nameIzu no odoriko
- Scientific nameHydrangea macrophylla form. normalis ’izuno odoriko’
- Alias伊豆の踊子, 紫陽花, ガクアジサイ
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Izu no odoriko
Izu no odoriko (Hydrangea macrophylla form. normalis 'izuno odoriko') is one of the original species of 'Forehead hydrangea', a cold-tolerant deciduous shrub of the hydrangea family. The place of origin is the Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Many ornamental flowers are in the shape of semi-therapyard. The flowers are round-petaled, double-flowered and hydrangea-shaped. The ornamental flowers are pale blue or peachy, and the amphoteric flowers are blue.
Common name: Izu no odoriko, scientific name: Hydrangea macrophylla form. normalis 'izuno odoriko',
Production area: Izu Peninsula, Shizuoka Prefecture
Inflorescence: Cup-shaped; Flower type: Forehead hydrangea; Decorative flowers: pale blue or pale peach; Amphipathic flowers: blue; Round petals, double-flowered hydrangea type; Decorative flower diameter: cm; Amphipathic flower diameter: cm.
Flowering season: May - July; leaf surface color: dark green; sub-leaf color: yellowish green; leaf shape: broad-oval; leaf margins: blunt serrate.
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