Pot Size: 12 litre
Description: A slow growing tree eventually forming a wide canopy to as much as 9m across, with conspicuous large crimson sticky buds in winter. Unfolding in spring to attractive leaves 30cm long composed of 7-11 elongated leaflets on red stems. Soon followed by large rounded heads of white flowers succeeded by late ripening scarlet fruit only enhancing the rich red autumn foliage. Regarded as one of the top ranking species of the Aucuparia section (pinnately leafed), by many the seed from these plants were given to us by Ness Botanic Gardens, part of Liverpool University. Easily grown in any aspect in a fertile drained soil that does not dry out, short lived on chalk.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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