Hovenia dulcis NJM 11.003

The Japanese Raisin Tree is actually native to China and the Himalaya, but cultivated elsewhere for the edible branches of the inflorescences. Yes indeed, it's not the fruit you want to eat with this one, but the fleshy reddish twigs they perch on! We found this growing in a village in Guizhou, China where it made a small to medium sized deciduous hardy tree with handsome foliage.

Pot size: 10L
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