Deutzia crenata is
a deciduous shrub growing in a clump to 1-3m in height and found in
sunny places along rivers or forest edges in fields and mountains.
Leaves are alternate; blades are 4-9cm long, 2.5-3.5cm wide, in the
shape of an oblong to ovate-like lanceolate, with tips narrowly
becoming pointed and bases circular to cuneate. Margins are with
fine serrations. Flowers set themselves in panicles that emerge from
branch tips and open facing downward. Petals are 5 in number,
1-1.2cm long, and oblong to oblanceolate. Stamens are 10 in number,
shorter than the petals. Bloom time: May-July.