- Flower nameMyrica rubra
- Scientific nameMyrica rubra
- Alias山桃, red bayberry, wax myrtle, yamamomo
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringGarden, Park, Streets, Planting
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Myrica rubra
Red bayberry, scientific name:Myrica rubra, is a evergreen tree of the genus Myrica, Department of Myricaceae native to China. It is a dioecious. Glossy, palmately lobed with cortical thickness in the leaves. Leaf is moving toward the Middle becomes gradually thicker oblong basal leaves. The leaves are elaeocarpus and similar. Many florets bloom in spring on short spikes. Fruit ripens in early summer after the flowers, spherical, consists of deep-red fruit. Fruit surface is granulated and eaten. Surprisingly large-seeded fruit Center. Eat the flesh around, eating seeds. But aromatic fruit, sour-sweet and kind of unique flavor and people into a particular. As shrubs and trees planted.
Common name: Red bayberry, scientific name:Myrica rubra, aka:yamamomo, red bayberry, wax myrtle,origin: China, Habitat: Japan Kanto South, environment: mountains and coast, barrens, living type: a height: 10-20 m bark: gray-white-gray, leaf: oblong or lanceolate fall leaf quality: cortex, leaf length: 6-12 cm, total margin (leaf), petiole: Yes, from leaves: alternate, leaf color: dark, phyllotaxis: needled, leaf: serrated (young leaves) Dioecious, flowers: catkins and flowering period: March-April, perianth: no, and bracts: 1, small bracts: 2, color: dark pink, flower: dark pink one's spikes of 1 cm, fruit types: berries, fruit color: dark red, fruit shape: spherical, cylindrical 2 crack, flower diameter:0.2cm, male inflorescence: length 2-3.5cm, inflorescences: no :2-2.5cm fruit diameter and fruiting period: June-July, and uses: parks, street trees, bird food, edible. Crude drugs.