Lindera obtusiloba

One of the finest of all medium to large-sized deciduous hardy shrubs, grown primarily for the superb, broad, entire to prominently three lobed foliage. The leaves turn to a deep, rich yellow in autumn, potentially turning to orange-red, scarlet or purple later, especially if grown in sun. A mass of mustard-coloured flowers are borne in clusters on the bare branches in early spring, followed by globular black fruit in autumn. For neutral to acid soils. From Japan, China and Korea.

Pot size: 2L



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