Parrotia persica was introduced to Britain and North Americas circa 1840. The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-) which . This name is unresolved. Its flowers, produced before the leaves, have drooping stamens, lack petals, and have . Prized by those who know it, the Parrotia is a dense, spreading, short-trunke or multi-stemme deciduous tree 15-feet . Your browser does not support the audio element.
Large growing shrub or small tree with a broad horizontal branch structure. Tough green leaves which turn vibrant shades of orange, yellow, pink and scarlet in . A healthy tree with a characteristic and eccentric habit. Its red tipped green leaves give a beautiful autumn colouring that goes . Common Name: Persian Ironwood/Parrotia.
Essentially the tree form of witchhazel. It naturally becomes a low-branched tree, typically .