Enkianthus campanulatus

A deciduous shrub with red bell-shaped flowers in spring.

£14.99

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Lymefield Garden Centre is open every day of the week. Our shelves are fully stocked with all items for your garden to make the very best of your soil & our climate. Browse online & make your order for collection in-store or we will deliver your order to your door.

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Our online seasonal plants have been carefully selected from our wide in-store range at Lymefield Garden centre to provide the best colour and foliage for the current season.

Seasonal planting brings colour and texture to your garden to giving visual joy to all as the weather becomes lighter and warmer. Our plants are also chosen to help provide food and shelter for the wildlife in your garden, have a look at our range of wildlife products to supplement these seasonal plants.

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Description

Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Pagoda’ has pink flowers with red veins.

Enkianthus is a deciduous shrub with a relatively open growth habit, bearing small leaves concentrated in whorls at the ends of stems, which frame many clusters of small bell-shaped flowers in spring and summer. In autumn, the leaves become a riot of reds, yellows and oranges – it is fair to say that this plant has excellent autumn interest!

Care: Prefers some sun and well-drained, fertile, slightly acid soil.

Ultimate size: 3m x 3m (approx)

Additional information

Weight 999.00000000 kg

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