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Description: Originally collected as a species of Trevesia as the young foliage have palmately lobed leaves where the lobbing is reduced to a single vein at their base. A highly desirable member of this family with armed stems, on a shrub that can form broad well branched thickets, topped by their characteristic deeply lobed leaves. Bearing in their upper parts, pendant racemes of round umbels of tightly packed yellow flowers, that open after several years for us. Followed by purple-black plump fruit. Hardy for us to -15C, something neither it nor I would enjoy for too long. Best grown in a moisture retentive, relatively well drained soil in full to part shade and out of freezing winds and strong sun.
Our next batch should be ready by the summer.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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