Rhamnus imeretina

A most unusual Buckthorn from the Caucasus, rarely seen in the UK and certainly the most striking species, grown primarily for foliar effect. A hardy medium sized to large shrub with comparatively huge foliage on stout shoots, the leaves sometimes up to 35cm long and 10cm wide, bronze-purple in autumn. For any reasonable soil.

Pot size: 2L



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