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Description: A deciduous sometimes semi-evergreen shrub originating from one of our seed collections in 1996, gathered from Mount Pulag the highest mountain on the island of Luzon, Philippines, at around 2,700m. A variable shrub that in time forms a large shrub with decorative exfoliating bark, but can quite easily be kept smaller if desired. Bearing semi-evergreen small in this form opposite grey fealty ovoid pointed leaves, with many flowered terminal panicles of funnel shaped pure white flowers (likened to lily-of the valley by Roy Lancaster) over a long period in summer. Shelter from freezing winds in any type of fertile drained soil, in full sun or light shade.
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