- Flower nameSwida macrophylla
- Scientific nameSwida macrophylla
- Alias熊野水木, large leaf dogwood, bigleaf dogwood, Swida macrophylla, Kumano mizuki
- Place of originAfghanistan to Taiwan, China and Japan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonJune, July
What is Swida macrophylla
Swida macrophylla or Kumano mizuki (scientific name: Swida macrophylla) is a deciduous tree in the family Cornaceae, native to Afghanistan-Taiwan, China and Japan. In Japan, Native to the mountains of Honshu-Shikoku and Kyushu. In the early summer, the figure with long white shelf-shaped branches stretched out is beautiful. s one month earlier than that of the dogwood, and the phylogeny of the dogwood is opposite to that of the dogwood.
Common name: Swida macrophylla, Scientific name: Swida macrophylla, Synonym: Cornus macrophylla, Also name:Kumano mizuki, large leaf dogwood, bigleaf dogwood, Tree height: 1000 -2000 cm, leaf height: 5-15 cm, leaf shape: oval, phyllophy: opposite, petiole: yes, leaf edge: whole edge, number of petals: 4, stamen number 4, flowering period: June to July , Inflorescence form: stirrup inflorescence, inflorescence diameter: 8-15 cm, corolla: 4 petals, flower color: white, flower diameter: 0.8-1 cm, fruit stage: October.