- Flower nameRhododendron taquetii
- Scientific nameRhododendron mucronulatum var. taquetii
- Place of originKorea, China, Japan, Mongolia
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonMarch, April
What is Rhododendron taquetii
Rhododendron taquetii , scientific name: Rhododendron mucronulatum var. taquetii , is native to Jeju Island , and is a fertile azalea of the relative kind of the "Rhododendron mucronulatum" which is a deciduous broadleaf small shrub of the family Ericaceae.
It blooms pink flowers from March to April. One or several flower buds are attached to the branch tip, and one flower buds from one flower bud.
Common name :Rhododendron taquetii , scientific name :Rhododendron mucronulatum var. taquetii ,Habitat distribution: Jeju Island in Korean Peninsula (old name -Mandala), living environment: mountainous, living type: deciduous broad-leaved small shrub, tree height: 50-60 cm, stem: thin, leaf-shaped: elongated oval, leaf blade: 9 cm, leaf color: green → autumn leaves (autumn) , Phylogeny: Reciprocal branch tips bunched, corolla: funnel-shaped, 5 splits, petal: rounded, flower color: pink / white, flowering stage: March-April, male bud number: 10, flower thread : Hairy, number of female scale: 1, Fruit type: Elongated fruit, Notes: Flower blooms earlier than the development of the leaves, Fall of the flower bud bloat, Use: Small item bonsai, potted plant.