Eucryphia moorei

From SE Australia comes this unusual member of the genus, making a small evergreen tree in the UK with particularly attractive foliage, having up to 13 slender leaflets of the same form as some members of the genus Sorbus. Masses of white flowers, similar to E. lucida, are produced in late summer. For the milder parts of our isles, on neutral to acid soil.

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