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Description: A bit of a rarity, a relatively small leaved evergreen, which we found growing at its upper altitudinal limits growing in one of our favourite locations for hardy woody plants at Meifeng, 2,200 m on the Central Mountains of Taiwan. With Finlay Colley and Dan Hinkley late 2007. An upright shrub to 3 m tall with slender branches of leathery oblong-lanceolate leaves 5-9 cm x 2-2.5 cm. Bearing terminal cyme of small white flowers with protruding stamen opening in July for us, followed by ovoid black fruit. Best grown in full sun to part shade in a fertile moisture retentive, but drained soil, sheltered from freezing winds.
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