Pot Size: 12 litre
Description: Small deciduous shrub to 1.2 m tall that is considered rare in the wild, where it is seen on open exposed mountains in the Central Mountains of Taiwan. Forming a short sturdy upright trunk with many slender downy upwardly inclined congested branches, bearing the smallest known leaves of any species, variably orbicular-elliptic shaped that are shallowly lobed. Bearing terminal cymes of small white flowers in profusion May-July followed by conspicuous plump red fruit. Easily grown in any type of well drained fertile soil with some moisture retention in full sun to part shade. From one of our seed collections accompanied by Dan Hinkley in 1999.
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