Parrotia subaequalis

New to cultivation in the West, with its UK retail launch here at PGP in 2011, this Chinese species makes an upright tree 4-10m tall in the wild, with foliage that turns from green with purple margins to wine-red, then orange and finally orange-red in autumn; far more vivid than its cousin. Bark is superior too being green, beige, black and peeling off to white-green.

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