Lindera praetermissa

Extremely rare in cultivation but fully hardy and easily growable, this is closely related to L. obtusiloba, but is Sino-Himalayan in origin. It reaches potentially 8m tall in cultivation under open woodland conditions and is noted for its profusion of mustard-yellow flowers on bare branches in spring and excellent yellow autumn colour. For lime-free soil.

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