Cercidiphyllum japonicum - 7L


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Available from Notcutts comes the Cercidiphyllum japonicum. Often known as the Katsura Tree. This fast growing tree produces small red flowers... Read More

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Please be aware that trees are despatched fresh from the nursery.

This ensures the nursery cares for your trees until they are placed on the truck and avoids them sitting in depots.
They are despatched via courier service with an estimated delivery time of 2 to 3 working days.

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Available from Notcutts comes the Cercidiphyllum japonicum. Often known as the Katsura Tree. This fast growing tree produces small red flowers which sit attractively on the branches in the springtime and attractive five lobed leaves revealing bright orange-yellow colour and pale yellow to Smokey pink foliage in autumn, scented with a gorgeous burnt sugar and candy floss aroma.

After ten years, the height is 4m-13ft making the tree that delights all of the senses, perfect for smaller gardens or spaces.

Item Details

Product code
00477175

Features

How much sun: Full sun
Eventual height: 2m - 5m
Leaf colour: Green

Delivery : Please be aware that this tree is despatched directly fresh from the nursery via courier service with an estimated delivery time of 2 to 3 working days.

Delivery for this item is £4.99.

We deliver to the majority of addresses in England, Wales and Scotland. Unfortunately, there are some areas that we are unable to deliver to including Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, The Isle of Wight, Scottish Isles and The Channel Isles.

Returns : We want you to be confident about every order you place with us so you are able to return all* products to us if you are unhappy for any reason. Just ensure the product is unused and return with proof of purchase in its original packaging within 30 days of purchase.

* Charges may apply for items that are collected by Notcutts.