- Flower nameTetradium glabrifolium
- Scientific nameTetradium glabrifolium
- Aliasシマクロキ, ウラジロゴシュユ
- Place of originJapan, China and Taiwan
- Place of floweringStreets, Planting
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Tetradium glabrifolium
Tetradium glabrifolium or Hama Sendan (scientific name: Tetradium glabrifolium) is a deciduous tree in the family Rutaceae, native to Japan, China and Taiwan. Native to Mie prefecture south of Honshu in Japan.The leaves are odd pinnate compound leaves similar to those of Beadtree or Sendan in Japanese (scientific name: Melia azedarach) .
Common name: Tetradium glabrifolium, Scientific name: Tetradium glabrifolium, Synonym: Tetradium glabrifolium var. Dioecious, bark color: black-brown, tree height: 10-15 m, leaf shape: odd-numbered pinnate compound leaflets, 7-11 leaflets, phyllophyte: opposite, leaflet shape: oval to oval lanceolate, leaf length : 6 to 10 cm, inflorescence form: confluence / blooming inflorescence, flowering period: July to September, leaf height: 20 to 30 cm, leaflet length: 3 to 10 cm, flower diameter: 0.8 cm, fruit type: capsule, fruit shape: spherical, fruit size: 0.8-1 cm, seed length: 0.3 cm.