Parrotia Persica, Commonly referred to as Persian ironwood, this deciduous tree is part of the Hamamelidaceae family and native to Persia. With an average height of about 10-12m, it is used to dot gardens with a colourful spot as the ironwood’s foliage turns spectacularly yellow, orange and red when autumn sets in. Planted isolated or in groups, it grows best in sunny or semi-shadowy settings. Tolerating limy and alkalic soil, it reuires a well-drained and fertile terrain. It is a fairly resistant species which prefers moderate summers but tolerates drought. It does not require intensive care or trimming.
Format : Circumference 10/12 – 14/16 – 16/18- 18/20- 20/25 in bare roots or wire netting.
Circumference 12/14 – 25/30 in bare roots or wire netting and Co container.