- Flower nameHidcote
- Scientific nameHypericum patulum cv. hidcote
- AliasHypericum Hidcote, タイリンキンシバイ, Tall St. John's wort, 大輪金糸梅, ヒペリカム, ヒペリカム・パツラム‘ヒドコート’, ヒペリクム
- Place of originEurope
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
- Language of flowersThe splendor
What is Hidcote
Hidcote (Scientific name: Hypericum patulum cv. Hidcote) is a cold-resistant semi-deciduous shrub of Hypericaceae native to China. The leaves are elliptical in shape, all the edges, green and autumn in autumn. Collect a large number of yellow flowers by extending the divergent inflorescence. The floret is a dense yellow, shiny and full-fledged five-valve flower, and it will be flat. It is similar to the garden cultivar of Hypericum patulum (H.patulum, Kinshibai )> The leaf order is two rows of kinshbyi ,on the other hand Hidcote is attached to Cross Birth. In addition, compared to the quincebird, Hidocote has large petals and strong yellow color of flower color, leaves are also big.
Name: Hipericum Hidcote, Scientific name: Hypericum patulum cv. Hidcote, also known as Tall St. John's wort , Hypericum Hidcote,Hidcote, origin: China, distribution: from Hokkaido to Okinawa in Japan, life type: semi-deciduous shrub, height: 50-100 cm, leaf shape: oval shape, leaf color: green → yellow → red Flower color: thick yellow, flower diameter: 5 to 8 cm, flower blooming direction: upward, use: park tree, autumn leaves, autumn leaves, autumn leaves, leaf height: 3-6 cm, flowering period: Garden tree, breeding method: cuttings.