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25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall
25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall
25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall
25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall
25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall
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25 Photinia Little Red Robin - Grow as Shrub or Hedging - 20-30cm Tall

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These are great quality hegding plants, grown by us we have already cut these back several times to produce fresh bushy hedging plants.

A more compact version of the ever popular evergreen hedging plant Photinia x fraseri Red Robin, perfect for hedging at about 1m height, or can be grown as a single shrub.

 

Little Red Robin Hedging / Shrub

Photinia, or Christmas berry, is a genus of Asian and North American shrubs, which includes a group of evergreen hybrids grown specifically for their colourful young foliage. Most are forms of the garden hybrid P. x fraseri, with glossy dark green adult foliage, and variable red tinted young leaves, especially as they just unfold. 'Red Robin' is one, a choice form with eye-catching juvenile growth the colour of sealing wax, similar to a pieris. This is sometimes caught by late spring frosts, and some shelter is advisable. Plants enjoy a sunny or partially shaded position in moist but well-drained soil. The Royal Horticultural Society has given its Award of Garden Merit (AGM) to this plant.