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Redvein Enkianthus

Enkianthus campanulatus with beautiful, bell-like flowers and red autumn colouring

Redvein Enkianthus

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Product information "Redvein Enkianthus"

The redvein enkianthus shrub is characterised by its bell-shaped, pink flowers and beautiful, red autumn colour.

In May and June, when the bell-shaped, pink flowers appear in large umbels, redvein enkianthus is particularly beautiful. But even in autumn, when the leaves turn into an intense red colour, this plant is an eye-catcher.
Pink bells on the bush

Redvein enkianthus has beautiful, bell-shaped flowers that are reminiscent of the flowers of lily of the valley. They appear in May to June and have a light pink to dark pink colour. They sit on the branches in dense umbels. After the beautiful blossom, the summer green leaves turn into a red sea of colour.

The bell-shaped redvein enkianthus grows very slowly, only about 5 cm per year. The upright shoots have tier-like, protruding side shoots. Due to the slow growth and the taut, upright habit, this plant is also suitable for small gardens and can also assert itself under trees.
A companion for rhododendrons and co.

In the spring and autumn, Enkianthus campanulatus loves sunny spots, but in the summer it prefers a shade or shade. In addition, a wind-protected location with nutrient-rich, loose and fresh soil is ideal. The soil may not be alkaline. Neutral to acidic garden soil is required. These conditions are provided in a bog bed, therefore, redvein enkianthus is an ideal companion for rhododendrons and other bog bed plants. Even under trees, redvein enkianthus may hold its own, in particular, the underplanting of pine trees is possible.

If you do not find a suitable spot for this beauty in the garden, you can easily place it in a large pot on the terrace.
Pruning redvein enkianthus

Actually, pruning is necessary in order for Enkianthus campanulatus to develop well. This is especially the case because the plant grows very slowly and reaches the final size of 2.5 m in height and 2 m in width only after up to 20 years. If you want to prune the plant, then it should be done after flowering. Thin out slender branches or provide a shaping cut.
Short description of Enkianthus campanulatus

Growth: Upright, tier-like, protruding side branches

Final size: 2.5 m high and 2 m wide

Flowers: Light pink to dark pink, May to June

Leaves: Green, red autumn colour

Use: As a solitary plant, in groups, containers
  • Flowering Period May, June
  • Final height 140cm to 3m
  • Final width 140cm to 2m
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Fragrance slightly scented
  • Use beds/borders, for containers, for group plantings, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil wet, moist, moderately heavy, light, neutral, acidic, slightly acidic
  • Location partial shade, full sun
  • Flower Colour pink
  • Leaf Colour green

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