- Flower nameMecki
- Scientific nameThuja occidentalis cv.'mecki
- Place of origineastern North America
- Place of floweringHorticultural species, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Mecki
Mecki ( scientific name: Thuja occidentalis cv. Mecki) is native to eastern North America and is an evergreen coniferous shrub in the family Cupressaceae. It is a dwarf horticultural variety of scented odor (Thuja occidentalis) The tree height is low and the tree is hemispherical. The leaves are flat and yellow-green, and have a strong citrus aroma when rubbed by hand. In spring, white or light red flowers bloom. The flowers are cold- and heat-resistant, resistant to pests and insects and have a natural tree shape, making them easy to care for and extremely easy to grow. It is used for conifer gardens, rock gardens, around entrances and flower beds.
Generic name: Scented Hiba 'Plating-', (scientific name: Thuja occidentalis 'Meckii'), Scientific name: Thuja occidentalis 'Meckii' (alias) : Pine cypress, Cypridaceae, Genus Scutellaria, Origin: North America, Tree height: 20-60 cm, Width: 150 cm, Ornamental: Full year, Leaf color: Yellow-green, Fruit color: Green → Brown, Flowering period: April- May, flower color: white, light red.