Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその周辺の野生植物

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Abelia serrata / Kotsukubaneutsugi コツクバネウツギ

Bloom time: May-June

 
Family:
 
Carprifoliaceae /
Suikazuraka


 

Species in the genus Abelia:


Abelia serrata / Kotsukubaneutsugi
Abelia spathulata / Tsukubaneutsugi
Abelia tetraspada / Ootsukubaneutsugi

 

   

Abelia serrata / Kotsukubaneutsugi コツクバネウツギ

 
Abelia serrata, a shrub with gray-white to gray-brown barks, branches well to grow thick, reaching around 2m in height, and inhabits sunny trivial woods forests. Leaves are opposite; blades are ovate or narrow-oblong-shaped, 2.5-5cm long, 1-2cm wide, with margins with uneven serrations or none. There are dense, short, divaricate hairs around the midrib's bases on the back surfaces. 1-7 flowers set themselves on new branches - yellow-white or yellow, or occasionally light-red-tinged. Corollas, 1-2cm long, are funnel-shaped and abruptly expand out of the slender floral tubes with extended hair insides. Bloom time: May-June.
                 
                     
                     
                     

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