Paulownia tomentosa ‘Wilson’s Giant’ W769

Brought back from the brink by Pan Global', this is the extra vigorous, large growing form Wilson originally introduced from W. Hupeh, China, which reached a whopping 26m at Westonbirt before its death in 1990, far bigger than is normally associated with this species. It also grew at Colesbourne, where this material was derived. Typical big leaves and lilac foxglove flowers.

Pot size: 2L
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