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Photinia Overview: Photinia is a genus of evergreen shrubs and small trees known for their vibrant foliage and ornamental qualities.

Native to Asia and North America, these plants are popular in landscaping and gardens.

Appearance: The photinia plant typically features glossy, elliptical leaves that emerge as bright red or bronze, transitioning to green as they mature. The new growth provides a striking contrast against the older foliage, creating a visually appealing display.

Flowers and Berries: Photinia produces small, white flowers in spring, followed by red berries in late summer or fall. These berries are a distinctive feature, adding further visual interest to the plant.

Size and Growth: Depending on the specific species and cultivar, photinia can vary in size from compact shrubs to small trees. They are generally fast-growing and respond well to pruning, making them adaptable to different landscaping preferences.

Environmental Preferences: Photinia thrives in well-drained soil and prefers full sun to partial shade. It is relatively hardy and can withstand different climatic conditions.


  1. Britannica – Photinia
  2. Wikipedia – Photinia
  3. CABI Compendium – Photinia
  4. Gardening Know How – Growing Photinia Shrubs
  5. RHS – Photinia
Weight 0,7 kg
Dimensions 50 × 50 × 50 cm
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