Enkianthus campanulatus

Redvein Enkianthus

Grown for its mass of creamy flowers and brilliant autumn colour, Enkianthus campanulatus is a large, quite slow-growing, deciduous shrub, with an upright habit. The leaves are small and elliptical, and mid-green, and turn brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange in autumn. Clusters of small, cream, bell-shaped flowers are borne from mid-spring to early summer; sometimes the flowers are reddish. This is an easy shrub, and ideal for a woodland planting or a shady border. Redvein enkianthus holds the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Site: Sheltered
Soil: Moist but well drained, humus-rich, acid to neutral soil
Position: Full sun or partial shade
Season of interest: Mid-spring to early summer in particular
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height:  8–13’ (2.5-4m) Spread: 8–13’ (2.5-4m) in 20-50 years
Type | Size: Pot | 3L
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