Plant : Skimmia Japonica is a non-native species but is grown in gardens for its evergreen foliage and decoration. It can grow up to 1.5 m high and is very attractive to honey bees when in flower. It is a member of the Rutaceae family.
Flower : The small white flowers grow in bunches and have four petals and four stamen. It flowers in May and June.
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