Enkianthus campanulatus - 4150-0004
The hardiest of Enkianthus species is the campanulatus or Furin-tsutsuji or redvein enkianthus, a medium-sized, narrow, upright, deciduous shrub. Its bright green glossy foliage gives brilliant coppery to red fall colors. In spring it offers a profusion of bell-shaped campanula, creamy white flowers with red veins, similar to those of the distantly related Pieris.
The plant was brought to Europe by Charles Maries, who was plant-hunting in Japan at the time for Veitch Nurseries. The shrub can exceed expectations of height under the right circumstances, as at William Robinsons Gravetye Manor, where a pair planted about the turn of the 20th century reached 15 ft 5 m.
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|4150-0004||140 cm||140 cm||200 cm||On Request|