- Flower nameLoropetalum
- Scientific nameLoropetalum chinense
- Aliasシロバナトキワマンサク, 白花常盤万満作, 常盤満作
- Place of originJapan, China and India
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Loropetalum
Loropetalum or Tokiwamansaku (Scientific name: Loropetalum chinense) is native to Japan, China and India, and is a cold-resistant evergreen medium to high tree of the family Hamamelidaceae.
In spring, it blooms a shiny white color like a thin string resembling a vinyl. It is used for garden trees and hedges as it is resistant to cutting.
There are Chinese witch hazel(Shina mansaku) that blooms a yellow flower in the same genus, and Chinese fringe flower(Akabana mansaku) that blooms a red flower in a variation.
General name:Loropetalum or Tokiwamansak , Scientific name: Loropetalum chinense, :Habitat distribution: Japan-China-India, tree height: 200-400 cm, flowering period: April-May, flower color: white.