One plant a day: Phnom Penh boxwood
There are strange trees in the garden, and the green leaves are full of flowers.
Climb the strip to fold its glory, will be thought of.
Fragrant and full of sleeves, the road is far away.
This thing is expensive, but it feels different.
—Chen Shidao, "Concubine Thin Life for Zeng Nanfeng"
One flower for one
Phnom Penh boxwood is really a tree as its name suggests, its leaves are yellow or white at the edges and yellow-green in the middle, and once it is remembered, it will not be mistaken.
Interesting talk about flowers and plants
Common on the side of the road, Phnom Penh is prominent
Phnom Penh boxwood symbolizes firm will and indomitability.
Phnom Penh boxwood likes to grow in a warm and humid environment, hardy and drought-tolerant, really easy to raise.
It means feng shui
The yellow poplar seed has a very good effect on warding off evil spirits at the door, and also has a certain effect of attracting wealth.
The roles are: ornamental, greening, ecological
The handsome Phnom Penh boxwood is the darling of garden construction, and the leaf color is glossy and the young leaves are bright green. And it is suitable for pruning, and it can often be seen in various courtyard shapes.
Phnom Penh boxwood is also very resistant to pollution, it has a very strong resistance to sulfur dioxide, and is the preferred evergreen plant in heavily polluted industrial and mining areas. Phnom Penh boxwood is often used in the city's hedge greening, and is also often used in communities and streets to play a role in purifying the air and improving the ecology.
Latin name: Euonymus japonicus var. aurea-marginatus
Celastraceae · Euonymus is a genus of Venoms