Clethra kaipoensis NJM 11.058

A relatively new introduction from 2000m altitude in Guizhou, China, where it was a deciduous upright large shrub or small tree to 4m with rough, fissured bark. The terminal, branched, narrow-conical inflorescences are seen in late summer and are composed of multiple white flowers from red-pink tinted stems, giving a fine fragrance. For lime free soil.

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