Euptelea polyandra

An obscure and subtly beautiful small tree from Japan with branches covered in red anthers (i.e. petal-less flowers) in spring, followed by elm-like seeds. Coarsely toothed, handsome, distinct foliage, heart shaped with a long drawn out tip, emerges red-purple, turns green and then to shades of yellow and red in autumn. Rarely encountered, but hardy elegant and tolerant.

Pot size: 5L
Collection from nursery only



Other pot sizes available

pot Size: 2L
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