|Broussonetia kazinoki x B.
papyrifera is a deciduous shrub with brown barks that have been
in cultivation for use for Japanese traditional handmade paper, also
grow wild in the wild broadly. Leaves are alternate; blades are
warped ovate, 10-20cm in length, with surfaces feeling slightly
sandy. Pedicles measure 1-2cm in length. Flowers are dioecious;
Inflorescences emerge from axils in current branches, which are true
of both male flowers and females. Fruit rarely mature. Bloom time: