Pot Size: 7.5 litre
Description: A robust form of a shrub closely related to Hydrangea, that looks very similar to it. Originally discovered in Indochina in the 18th Century, by an Italian missionary. A small to medium sized shrub to 2m high, in the wild, slightly less in cultivation. With upright branches of broadly ovate leaves, thick textured and, semi-evergreen. Bearing August-frost, dense terminal branched clusters of fertile blue petalled flowers, closely followed by violet-blue berries. A collection made in Guizhou, China in 1985. Hardy in sheltered spots out of doors, keep out of cold winds, best in sun or part shade. Given to us by Heronswood Nursery, near Seattle USA.
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