- Flower nameLeucothoe catesbaei
- Scientific nameLeucothoe catesbaei
- Aliasセイヨウイワナンテン, アメリカ岩南天, 西洋岩南天
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Leucothoe catesbaei
Leucothoe catesbaei is a hardy evergreen small shrub of the Ericaceae Leucothoe genus native to North America. Spring enkianthus (azalea) and Andromeda (pieris) of like white urn-shaped flowers, clusters (racemes) in bloom gathered to. Stalk has a reddish-brown. Leaf color is green into yellow or red spots.
Common name: :Leucothoe walteri, scientific name:Leucothoe walteri, aka: Western Rock Southern, origin: North America, life: a hardy Evergreen small trees, height: 100-150 cm, Flower Inflorescence: raceme, panicle length: 8 cm, squeezing: bottle type, color: white, flowering: April ~ 5 months.