Cleyera Bronze Beauty PP11735, 3 Gallon

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While the Bigfoot Cleyera is the largest Cleyera in the Southern Living Plant Collection, the Bronze Beauty is the most petite. Growing to heights of 8-10ft and 5-6ft wide, this Cleyera makes for a fantastic hedge screen. Young foliage on the Bronze Beauty starts off as a light bronzy green and develops into a darker metallic-sheen emerald green. At the beginning of fall, the Bronze Beauty transforms its formerly green leaves into a breathtaking scarlet-bronze that changes the landscape entirely. This plant is receptive to pruning or shearing, and will hold a shape nicely. Plant the Bronze Beauty Cleyera in part shade to full sun and slightly acidic soil for best performance.

Planting Instructions

* Water before planting
* plant in Full Sun to Part Shade
* Dig hole 3 times the width of pot
* Backfill and plant 1-2 inches above soil level
* Water and add more soil if needed
* Mulch plants
* apply a slow-release Fertilize in early spring

*please note: this product cannot be shipped to AK, HI

GROWTH & CARE

Plant Name Bronze Beauty Cleyera
Scientific Name Ternstoemia gymnanthera Conthery PP#11735
Brand Name Southern Living Plant Collection
Exposure Full sun to part shade
Bloom / Feature Rich bronze new growth
Average Dimensions 8-10 feet H x 5-6 feet W
USDA Zones 7-10
Soil Well-drained garden soil
Water Water as needed
Uses hedge screen, mass planting, background plant
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Citrus & some Live Plants cannot ship to:
AZ, CA, LA, TX, HI, AK


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