Pot Size: 20 litre
Description: For various reasons this most ornamental (newly recognised) species from the Palmata section, is inexplicably rare in cultivation. Originating from the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan where we have only encountered fabulous huge ancient trees growing in high elevation moist forests. Which may be one explanation why seed is difficult to obtain. Like many members of this section, they are slow growing, but with an upright habit of short slender villose reddened young branches bearing deeply 5-7 lobed pubescent serrated leaves. Easily grown in most fertile moisture retentive drained soils in part shade to sun and shelter from drying winds. Syn. A. palmatum v. pubescens.
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