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Photinia 'Red Robin' (glansmispel) verkleurt van rood naar groen en geeft mooie trossen witte bloemen en later blauwzwarte besjes. Bladhoudend

Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’

Photinia 'Red Robin' here as a standard but can be grown as a hedge plant.Leaves red in spring and dark green for the rest of the year. Small white flowers from mid-late spring.

Photinia - Evergreen - Hardy - Fast Growing - Hedge - Bush - Very Colorful in Spring and Fall-

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Photinia - Evergreen - Hardy - Fast Growing - Hedge - Bush - Very Colorful in Spring and Fall- flowering colorful privacy shrub

Photinia Fraseri Red Robin is a shrub with attractive foliage. New leaves are red, turning a glossy green as they mature. This shrub has small white flowers which are followed by small red fruits in winter. This compact variety is ideal for the border, hedging or patio containers. This plant will also suit small gardens.  Mine does well in part shade and keeps its leaves all winter - great for garden privacy.

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Photinia × fraseri 'Red Robin' I had one in a previous garden and they make a wonderful splash of colour.

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Photinia Red Robin (Photinia x fraseri) approx for one every metre at 10 metres - grown already to height

Creating two levels of hedging by underplanting the raised hedge: a formal low-clipped boxwood hedge under the raised hedge of Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'. Both are evergreen, creating great year-round interest.

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These fast-growing shrubs will put on plenty of vigorous growth and fill bare corners

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Photinia red robin hedge

Photinia red robin hedge

Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin' - Photinia - Tree Shrub - Majestic Trees evergreen tree, the Red Robin tree (Photinia x fraserii 'Red Robin') provides all year round colour, it is brilliant red, glossy young leaves are a of real appeal.  Dainty white flowers in spring are on occasion, followed by spherical red fruit.  small tree    Expect a dense and upright habit if left untrimmed. it is a narrow and quite columnar. very good for topiary

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Photinia Red Robin HedgePhotinia Red Robin is a popular, fast-growing, evergreen shrub that makes an attractive garden hedge if it is pruned twice a year. It has bright red, young leaves in early spring and, if it is trimmed in late spring or early summer, it will produce more red shoots in summer.

A fantastic evergreen shrub with brilliant red young leaves that looks stunning especially in spring. Keep it trimmed to form an evergreen garden hedge

Photinia fraseri - little red robin. Full sun or partial shade. Fertile, well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Evergreen, with red young growth, 30-60cm per year.  Small white flowers, April and May. Frost hardy.

Photinia fraseri - little red robin. Full sun or partial shade. Fertile, well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Evergreen, with red young growth, per year. Small white flowers, April and May.

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