Pot Size: 12 litre
Description: Grown and admired in our garden for about 10 years without a name, where it has formed a small elegant tree to only 3m tall. With slender upwardly inclined branches from the upright slate grey to tan trunk. Bearing small elliptic papery textured leaves, which are finely serrated along their margins. With single white Camellia-like flowers carried in the leaf axils at a pendant inclination from May-June followed by rounded beaked seed capsules into the winter. Best grown in a lime free moisture retentive soil in part shade where the roots can be shaded from hot sun. Previously offered as S. rostrata.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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