Liquidambar orientalis

Endangered in the wild in SW Turkey, where it inhabits marshy ground in a few river valleys, this makes only a small tree here in the UK. The foliage is deeply 5-lobed (with extra lobes on those lobes) and turns to fine red and orange shades in autumn. Hardy and tolerant of moist sites as well as ordinary soil. Not happy on thin chalk, but fine on Cotswold limestone near here.

Pot size: 2L



Other pot sizes available

pot Size: 5L
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