- Flower nameMichelia yunnanensis
- Scientific nameMichelia yunnanensis
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringHigh mountain, Cemetery & Temple
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March
What is Michelia yunnanensis
Michelia yunnanensis or (Yunnan zhuling tree(scientific name: Michelia yunnanensis) is an evergreen tall tree belonging to the Michelia genus of the family Magnoliaceae native to China. It grows wild in the mountains of Yunnan Province. The tree is 200-400 cm tall. Its twigs and leaves are densely packed together. In spring, it produces numerous fragrant white flowers from the leaf axils. It is used in perfumes.
Common name: Michelia champaca, scientific name: Michelia yunnanensis, Origin: Yunnan Province, south central China, Life form: small evergreen broad-leaved tree, Tall: 200-400 cm, Leaf blade Inflorescence: single pendulous flower; flower petiole: white to pale yellowish-white with yellow base; florets: 6 to 12; flower diameter: 3 to 3.5 cm; flowering season: March to April, fruiting season: October to November Flowering season: March-April, fruiting season: October-November, uses: perfume.