A beautiful evergreen tree with a neat pyramidal form and masses of stunning white cherry-like flowers that appear in June / July.
Once thought to be slightly tender this particular cultivar has been growing for many years in West Sussex and has survived temperatures of below minus 10c whilst remaining evergreen and showing no signs of damage.
We have discovered that it is incredibly versatile and is happy ever growing in its natural form or clipped into whatever shape you have in mind making it suitable as a beautiful evergreen tree or screening/hedging plant.
- Eventual Size: Up to 5 metres, but can be pruned
- Position: Full sun
- Habit: Neat pyramid shaped habit
- Soil: Any good well-drained garden soil
- Common Names: Lacebark Tree
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A Wood on 15 Oct 2016
Bought a Hoheria at the nursery recently. Excellent plant at a very good price. Thank you.
Camille Sanderson on 1 Apr 2016
Received my Hoheria today - thanks for the expedited shipping, cant wait to see it flowering!