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Oriental Photinia
Photinia villosa

Introduced about 1865, this native to Japan, Korea and China can be trained as a small tree. Photinia is popular for the fall color of its leaves, which turn yellow, orange and red. Fruits are bright red pomes about .8 cm (1/3 in) in size, ripening by mid-fall that are eaten by birds.

Growth Habit:Small tree, growing to 4.5 m (15 ft) tall, spreading to 3 m (10 ft) wide
Bloom Time:Mid-spring
Presence in US:CT DC DE NJ NY PA
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