Cornus kousa ‘Beni Fuji’

This has among the deepest red-pink bracts of any form on the market and is a naturally shrubby grower. Bracts are narrowly pointed, deep red-pink and produced en-masse in June. Foliage is dark glossy green with red petioles and midribs, turning rich purple-red in autumn. A success in most reasonable soils, barring thin chalk, it will reach 2 to 3m eventually. found on Mt Fuji, in 1970.

Pot size: 2L
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