This plant a bi-generic tree of two species, it was originally a grafted plant and it appears the graft and the stock plant have merged to become a chimera so you can see both laburnum and cytisus flowers on the same plant. Last year it was on Burncoose’s...
We first planted this Ucodendron in May 2017, and it really is a bit of a surprise. It is a new genus which is currently unclassified. It is flowering for the time with us and the flowers are very similar to an Hammamellis or Parrotia, the ‘experts’ have...
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