Schefflera rhododendrifolia (syn. impressa)

One of the hardiest members of this most desirable genus of evergreen shrubs or small trees, surviving, with shelter, even the very coldest winters of recent years (2010) in inland gardens at below -10c. Leaves when young are composed of slim leaflets, but mature into large compound palmate foliage. A large shrub (or even small tree) of very exotic appearance. This is the true (lightly hairy) species, unlike many in cultivation.

Pot size: 2L
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