Dwarf Photinia Fraseri
Dwarf Photinia Fraseri is a moderate-growth-habit variety of the most famous Photinia. It is a solid shrub, spreading and evergreen, distinguished by glossy, elliptic leaves of a dark green colour – vivid red when still young – and by panicles made of small white flowers in
Spring, which sometimes turn into red fruits. Dwarf Photinia is easy to grow, it can reach 90cm in height and width and is malleable to pruning. These features make it perfect for both rocky gardens and low borders, especially in pot. It can also be given the shape of a sphere, which it also has, although more vaguely, by nature.
It can adapt to full exposure to sunlight, while its development is limited if put in full shade.