Triadica sebifera (syn. Sapium sebiferum)

The Chinese Tallow Tree is best suited to areas in the British Isles with warmer summers, as it needs to ripen its growth in autumn, or in mild areas such as London or coastal. Handsome and rather distinctive broadly ovate or rounded, abruptly pointed foliage turns to a truly glorious mix of brilliant red, orange, purple and yellow in autumn. Making a small tree with fairly irrelevant flowers.

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