- Flower nameHypericum androsaemum 'Mystic Flare'
- Scientific nameHypericum androsaemum 'Mystic Flare'
- AliasHypericum, Hypericum androsaemum, Mystic Flare
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringCut flowers, flower arrangement
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Hypericum androsaemum 'Mystic Flare'
Hypericum androsaemum 'Mystic Flare' is a semi deciduous small shrub of the Department Hypericaceae Hypericum genus native to Europe. Since the rainy season began in early summer in bloom 3 dozen yellow florets. Put the fruit in the fall. Leave the calyx is the fruit from a white change to pink. The leaves are palmately lobed stems in green by. Are used in bouquets and flower arrangements. Varieties include:
Calycinum carishinam (H calycinum)-enjoy the flowers and variegated leaves in evergreen.
Calycinum mozelianum (H×moserianum)-calycinum carishinam hybrids.
H. androsaemum -semi-deciduous fruit enjoy in cut flowers and potted plants.
Cultivars selected for calycinum, Mystic Freire cut flowers in the due to adjustments in production from March through July, from September to November and can be shipped for a long period of time, compared to traditional calycinum.
Generic name: Hypericum androsaemum, scientific name: Hypericum androsaemum, origin: Europe, life-forms: small shrubs, tree height: 50-100 cm, monoplane, leaf color: green, leaf: oblong egg-shaped, leaf: no, saw blades: no, Leaf arrangement: opposite, leaf quality: stiffer, inflorescence shape: yellow, cymes, flower color, flower size: 3 ~ 7 cm, flowering time: June-flowers bloom better: open flat, petal number 5, number of stamens out five-needled, pistil: ovary yellow flower pillar capitals in July, 5 crack, fruit color: white-pink, fruit trees: July-September Use: red for cut flowers and floral arrangements.