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Photinia sp., Photinia

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 Photinia sp.
Family: Rosaceae
Photinia
Origin: India, Indochina
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

This relative of a Rose receives its name from the fact that young leaves are red, gradually changing to a dark green as they mature. It also has bunshes of pretty white flowers attracting bees and butterflies. The leaves are the starring feature of this plant. Each new leaf that unfurls is a bright shade of red or bronze, but they gradually become a solid dark green as they mature. By continually trimming the ends of the shoots, the plant is stimulated to keep producing new leaves throughout the year.

Photinias are very popular ornamental shrubs, grown for their fruit and foliage. Numerous hybrids and cultivars are available; several of the cultivars are selected for their strikingly bright red young leaves in spring and summer. The natural range of these species is restricted to warm temperate Asia, from the Himalaya east to Japan and south to India and Thailand.


 Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia sp., Photinia

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Photinia integrifolia


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This relative of a Rose receives its name from the fact that young leaves are red, gradually changing to a dark green as they mature. It also has bunshes of pretty white flowers attracting bees and butterflies. The leaves are the starring feature of this plant. Each new leaf that unfurls is a bright shade of red or bronze, but they gradually become a solid dark green as they mature. By continually trimming the ends of the shoots, the plant is stimulated to keep producing new leaves throughout the year.
Photinias are very popular ornamental shrubs, grown for their fruit and foliage. Numerous hybrids and cultivars are available; several of the cultivars are selected for their strikingly bright red young leaves in spring and summer. The natural range of these species is restricted to warm temperate Asia, from the Himalaya east to Japan and south to India and Thailand.
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Pink N Good Daily Plant Food - Flower Booster
Tropical Allure - Smart-Release Booster
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Grown in 6"/1 gal pot

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$32.00  
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