Euonymus hamiltonianus NJM 11.006

Found at the top of Leigong Shan, Guizhou, China, at 2150m in 2011, this represents an introduction of the genuine species from an obscure area, generally un-botanised by the 'great planthunters'. Making a tough, spreading, deciduous hardy shrub to about 2.5m or more and bearing masses of bright rosy pink capsules in autumn opening to show scarlet-orange seeds. Good autumn colour.

Pot size: 2L

£18.50

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