- Flower namePhiladelphus satsumi
- Scientific namePhiladelphus satsumi
- Aliasサツマウツギ, 梅花空木, 薩摩空木
- Place of originSoutheastern Europe and Asia Asia
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Philadelphus satsumi
Philadelphus satsumi or Baika-utsugi (scientific name: Philadelphus satsumi) is native to Southeastern Europe and Asia Asia, and is a deciduous shrub of the family Hydrangeaceae. Some leaf color is green, yellow or even variegated. There are saw teeth on the leaf edge. From late spring to early summer, 5 to 10 white flowers similar to fragrant plums are made to bloom, spreading the divergent inflorescence from the tip of the twig. Utsgi which flower resembles plum is the origin of Japanese name. Besides four petals, there are also double flowers of garden cultivars.
Common name: Philadelphus satsumi or Baika-utsugi , Scientific name: Philadelphus satsumi, aka: Mock orange, Origin : Southeastern Europe and Asia Asia, height: 100 to 200 cm, Living type: deciduous shrub, leaf shape: egg shape, leaf order: virgin, leaf margin: saw tooth, inflorescence: collective divergence inflorescence, flowering period: May to June , Flower color: white, flower size: 2 to 3 cm, number of petals: 4, 8, stamens: 20, flower pillar: tip 4 fissures, use: garden tree, tea flowers.