- Scientific nameSkimmia japonica cv. rubella
- AliasSkimmia rubella, シキミア・ルベラ
- Place of origincultivars
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Potted flower, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonMarch
Skimmia rubella (Scientific name: Skimmia japonica cv. rubella) is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Rutaceae of garden cultivar. From autumn to winter, the conical inflorescence is extended, with many red small buds, and white flowers bloom in spring.
Skimmia 'White Globe', Scientific name: Skimmia japonica cv. White Globe） is a variety that produces blue fruits bred in the Netherlands, similar to Skimmia 'rubella'.
Common name: Skimmia rubella, scientific name: Skimmia japonica cv. Rubella, tree height: 50-100 cm, leaf quality: thick and shiny, leaves Shape: oval, leaf color: dark green, leaf rim: all edges, inflorescence: mutual growth, inflorescence shape: panicle inflorescence, flower color: white, corolla shape: four petals, flowering period: March.