75 Photinia Red Robin Hedging Plants 20-30cm Bushy Hedge Shrubs
75 Christmas Berry / Photinia fraseri 'Red Robin' 20-30cm Tall in 9cm pots
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.
Common Name: Christmas berry
Species: x fraseri
Cultivar: 'Red Robin'
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Moist
Spacing: 3 Plants Per Metre
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.
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Very impressed - amazing condition considering the journey!
I wasn’t sure what to expect. I ordered then read some Trust Pilot reviews which were not good. However there was nothing to worry about. The 75 Photinia red robin plants arrived in 3 separate boxes. They were well packed with straw to protect them. In terms of breakages, there were one or two snapped branches but this is to be expected - they have travelled a long way!! They have. Is been in the ground for a few days and seem ok. The root system on them was very well established. If they weren’t going in the ground, they would have needed to be reported as the pots were fairly jammed with roots.
I would definitely recommend this supplier and will likely use them again in the future. Big thumbs up fro me.
Ordered 75 Photinea Red Robin and received what is probably the healthest plants ever. They did not even require immediate watering! Not bad for a delivery to the Isle of Skye.
Red Robin Hedge
Arrived promptly and were well packed. The plants were of good quality. I would recommend.