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Rhus crenata

Rhus crenata
 
(Raisin Bush)

Resembling a bamboo with thick clumps with slender side branches and delicate rosettes of foliage that lie in stem nodes. This gives the plant a feathery appearance. It is a popular form of foliage in the cut-flower industry. Golden brown flower plumes appear in spring, followed by dark brown seeds in summer. This large fast-growing and sun-loving plant reaches a size of 2 x 1,5m. Can take light shade and light frost.

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