- Flower nameSarcandra glabra
- Scientific nameSarcandra glabra
- Place of originIndia, Malaysia and Japan
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Botanical Gardens, Cemetery & Temple, Park, Bonsai
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Sarcandra glabra
Sarcandra glabra (scientific name: Sarcandra glabra) is native to India, Malaysia, and Japan and is an evergreen small shrub belonging to the genus Senryo. The leaves are shiny, thin, cortical and have serrated edges. Make fruit on the leaves. Senryo is a flower with no flower cover, which is regarded as an achlamydeous flower. Yellow-green florets bloom in summer and red spherical fruits in winter. It is a lucky tree used for garden trees, temple trees, group planting of floor decorations, ikebana and New Year's decorations.
The one that has yellow fruits is called Sarcandra flava (scientific name: Sarcandra glabra f. Flava).
Common name: Sarcandra glabra, Scientific name: Sarcandra glabra, Alias: Senryou, leaf shape: oval, leaf edge: sawtooth, leaf color: green, leaf blade: 10-15cm, inflorescence: antibiotic, amphibian flower, flower cover: no flower cover, flowering period: June to July, Flower color: yellowish green, fruiting period: November to January, fruit diameter: 0.5-0.6cm, fruit shape: spherical, fruit color: red.