Photinia ‘Red Robin’ is a popular garden shrub or small tree with shiny, evergreen leaves. Provided it is not pruned the previous autumn, it will produce masses of flattened heads of small, white flowers from April to June. Some people dislike the fragrance, which is often compared to hawthorn. However, the plant’s main value lies not in the blossom, but in the bright red colour of the new leaves and shoots. The foliage gradually turns glossy green as it matures.
Height: Up to 5m
Spread: Up to 5m
* Please note that images are representative of the fully grown plant, and will require additional time and care to reach the pictured form.