Pterocarya stenoptera ‘Fernleaf’

A truly exceptional form of Wingnut, raised not very far from here by Geoff Locke. The normally Ash-like pinnate leaves are in this clone 3 times or more divided, to the point of looking like a plumose fern frond. Very long drooping catkins in early summer are followed by winged seeds. Particularly free growing, making a large tree. Very tolerant and easy and suited to virtually all soil types. At its very best in moist-ish soil, though multiple specimens here seem to shrug off very dry summers like 2022 with ease. Originally sold as a form of P. x rehderiana.

Pot size: 2L
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