Tetracentron sinense

The 'Spur leaf' is most distinct and too rarely seen in the UK. Forming a small to medium sized tree with spreading branches and handsome heart shaped leaves with drawn out tips, red flushed on new growth. Elegant when strung with 15cm long yellowish, pendent catkins in summer. Branches develop little spurred growths over time. Easy and hardy on most soils.

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