Parrotia persica Standard Tree

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Description

Parrotia persica, also known as Persian ironwood, is a deciduous tree mainly grown for its spectacular autumn display when its leaves turn shades of yellow, orange, red and purple. It’s a wide-spreading, slow growing tree with bark that flakes away, creating an interesting texture and revealing younger bark below. Dense heads of red flowers will appear in late-winter and early-spring. The flowers of Parrotia persica do not have petals, instead buds open to reveal attractive red stamen.

These ones have been grown as what we call standard trees, with a clear stem to 2.1metres in height and then foliage above that.

 

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