A hardy colourful variegated evergreen shrub found in Scotland. Photinia ‘Louise’ named after the daughter of the founder of the plant has attractive new variegated shoots and provides all year colour. It is suitable for growing in a patio container or in the ground, it may also be used for hedging.
Young shoots are variegated with pink and rosy red markings, leaves mature to green and cream variegation. The Photinia ‘Louise’ will produce two or three flushes of new shoots each year giving a living change to your garden whilst doing so. It’s all year colour and neat growing habit is easy to maintain and only required pruning to suit your garden.
Prior to planting soak the pot in water for an hour. Plant in a hole large enough to avoid damage to roots during planting. Remove the container and place in position before back-filling with a mixture of soil and planting compost, then firm down. Water in well and keep moist during dry spells. Only requires pruning to suit your garden.
2m – 2.5m
2m – 2.5m
Exposed or Sheltered
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