|Scientific Name||Hymenanthera crassifolia Hook.f.|
|(synonym) : Melicytus crassifolius (Hook.f.) F.Muell.|
|Habitat||The rocky place along the shore area. It grows well in semi-shade and sun.|
|Distribution||Oceania (New Zealand).|
|Flower||Shape||A very small ring. The petal is not outstanding peacefully.|
|Color||Light cream yellow.|
|misc.||The shape of the flower is radial symmetry. The spur is not seen.|
|Leaf||Shape||A small ellipse form or an egg shape. A leaf stalk is very short.|
|Color||A leaf is a little thick. The surface is glossy dark green.|
|Others||A flower bud comes out from the branch bottom.
Much white fruits (berries) will grow.
(2011/03/24) Latest Update 2019/03/04 [370KB]