Photinia davidiana ‘Thunder’s Dwarf’

A very distinct, compact, dwarf form of this otherwise usually large vigorous, easily grown evergreen shrub. Named here at Pan Global', this was found originally at high altitude on the summit of Leigongshan, Guizhou, SW China, where it formed handsome, low, rounded shrubs to about 1.3m tall. It behaves the same way in cultivation, with clusters of white flowers in June, followed by exceptionally bright-red, matt-textured fruit in autumn. The deep-green foliage is much shorter than normal, turning scarlet before falling. For any ordinary soil in sun or semi-shade. Hardy.

Pot size: 2L



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