This plant is not available for spring 2014 shipping.
Spring-flowering deciduous shrub
Description: Delicate sulphur to rich bronze, cup-shaped flowers veined red are carried in great profusion and last for several weeks Exquisite fall color in every shade between yellow and red
Habit: Slow-growing, 8-12’ high and 4-6’ wide
Culture: Prefers well-drained acidic soil (similar to Rhododendrons) and full sun or partial shade
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 4
Attributes: Fall color
During the American Civil War, Japan was fast becoming a Mecca for European botanical and horticultural exploration. The botanist Carl Maximowicz, who arrived in Japan in 1860, introduced the beautiful Redvein Enkianthus into Western horticulture and it was being cultivated by the 1870s. This upright, slow growing shrub forms layers of branches, which are quite distinctive. The lovely, long-lasting flowers are excellent for cutting. zone4,zone5,zone6,zone7,zone8