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Description: Only recently introduced into cultivation from seed collected by Keith Rushforth from Zhongdian, Yunnan, China in 1993. An apomictic microspecies resembling S. forrestii, forming a small tree to 8m tall with neat pinnate leaves to 23cm long composed of 9-11 pairs of oblong-ovoid leaflets. Bearing pendant pyramidal panicles of conspicuous pearly pink flushed white fruit 1cm across, succeeding the white flowers born in spring. Given to us as seedlings from Ness Gardens. Easily grown as with all mountain ashes, in poor under fed drained soils in good light.
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