- Flower nameBeni utsugi
- Scientific nameWeigela hortensis hybrida
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June
What is Beni utsugi
Beni utsugi or Weigela hortensis hybrida (scientific name: Weigela hortensis hybrida) is a horticultural variety of Weigela hortensis (scientific name: Weigela hortensis). It produces dark peach to red flowers that are darker in color than those of Weigela hortensis. Flower diameter: 2 cm, flower color: bright red, flowering season: May-June.
Weigela hortensis is a hardy deciduous shrub in the family Caprifoliaceae native to Japan In the spring, red, trumpet-shaped, Tip 5 crack the florets 2 or 3 bloom in a garden or a park . The leaf is green,oval-shaped and the leaf edge is serrated. There are thickly grown white hairs behind of leaves. Weigela of the scientific name depends on Dr. Weigel who is Germany botanist. The breeding cuts a branch doing a ramification from the root and performs it by planting a cutting.
General name: Weigela hortensis, scientific name:Weigela hortensis,aka: taniutsugi (Japanese), origin: Japan, Habitat: slopes of the mountains from Hokkaido to Chugoku district, Japan, and environment: facing the Japan Sea, life type: hardy deciduous shrubs, tree height: 30-200 cm, leaf shape: oval, be pointed tip and leaf edge: serrated, leaf: 5-10 cm, leaf width: 3-5 cm, Phyllotaxis: alternate, inflorescence: corymb, squeezing funnel-shaped, Corolla length: 3 cm, Corolla diameter: 2 cm in light pink flower (Corolla color) towards the outside than inside the dark, number of stamens: five, Calyx lobes: 5 crack, calyx length:0.5M the flowering time: April-June, fruit types: capsule , fruit shape: elongated tubular applications: gardening, vegetables (shoots).