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Description: It will be interesting to see what this collection’s eventual identity is, as it was gathered from close to a colony of S. grandiflora, yet the fruit was a different colour. It will bear the larger flowers of this section of the genus, but they could be any shade of red to a less likely white, born from the leaf axils April-June. Only succeeded on female plants by long drupes of deepest dark red fruit when pollinated on this form. Meanwhile the twining habit of this deciduous woody climber is to 6m tall, will be the same. Our collection from 2013 in eastern Himalayas. Easily grown in any type of fertile humus-enriched soil in part shade-full sun, best with the roots in shade. Male and female flowers are normally born on separate unisexual plants (dioecious) in this group of Schisandra.
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