Neoshirakia japonica (syn. Sapium japonicum)

A hardy deciduous large shrub or very small tree from the Far East, grown for its superb and almost unsurpassable autumn colour. The smooth leaves turn from dark green to astoundingly bright, glowing crimson late in the season, often with bright yellow on the inner branches. One of the few woody members of the spurge family hardy in this country and rarely seen or offered. For neutral to acid soil.

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