Lomatia ferruginea

A large evergreen shrub or small erect tree with magnificent, much divided, fern-like foliage and rusty coloured velvety stems. Short racemes of buff and scarlet flowers in July. Though growable in sheltered spots in the south (a big plant grows at Wakehurst Place, Sussex), it is ideally a plant for western seaboard gardens where it is hard to equal for foliage.

Pot size: 3L
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