Emmenopterys henryi

An extremely enigmatic, desirable and rarely seen hardy small tree with new foliage reddy-bronze, maturing green, then sometimes with purple autumn colour, all on tiered branching. Rare to flower but spectacular when it does! Described by Wilson as 'one of the most strikingly beautiful trees of the Chinese forests'. Any good ordinary soil.

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