- Flower nameStewartia pseudocamellia
- Scientific nameStewartia pseudocamellia
- Aliasシャラノキ, Japanese stuartia, 夏椿, 沙羅木
- Place of originJapan to the Korean peninsula
- Place of floweringGarden, Park, Streets, Planting
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Stewartia pseudocamellia
Stewartia pseudocamellia or Natsutsubaki (scientific name: Stewartia pseudocamellia) is native to Japan to the Korean Peninsula, and it is a deciduous tree of the family Theaceae. In the early summer, it makes spread the inflorescence from the branches and bloom white flowers resembling Camellia japonica. Wood is used for floor columns, instruments, charcoal. Nutsubaki is also known as Sharanoki by a different name, but there are himeesshira in trees like small nutsbaki. Nutsbachi and Himeishara are very similar. There are Camellia japonica, Stewartia pseudocamellia, Camellia sasanqua on the flowers that bloom in the winter at the same Theaceae.
Common name: Stewartia pseudocamellia or Natsutsubaki, Scientific name: Stewartia pseudocamellia, origin: Japan to the Korean Peninsula, distribution in Japan: Northeast to Kyushu, environment: mountains, height: 10 to 15 m, leaves: no gloss, leaf shape: oval shape, leaf height: 5 to 10 cm, leaf width: 2 to 5 cm, saw teeth: Flower color: White, flowering period: June to July, Flower diameter: 5 cm, Flower diameter: 5 cm, long stem: 1 to 5 cm (long), leaves: alternate, leaves: Number of petals: 5 petals, petal quality: rim is jagged and petals wrinkled, flower color: yellow, flower life span: falling from the neck with a flower.