Photinia Red Robin Aerial Screening
£237.50 – £352.50 ex. VAT
Photinia Red Robin aerial screening is an evergreen shrub that has glorious red new growth which is as good as a Pieris (Forest Flame). The Photinia can be trained to grow on a single stem and to then branch out to make a screening panel.
Photinia Red Robin aerial screening is an evergreen shrub that has glorious red new growth which is as good as a Pieris (Forest Flame). The Photinia can be trained to grow on a single stem and to then branch out to make a screening panel. The new growth fades down to green but as it fades if the plant is trimmed it will make the screening panel thicken up and also send out another flush of red growth. The Photinia is a relatively fast growing plant but needs regular trimming to help it maintain its density and shape and leaf colour. If it is allowed to become a more natural untrimmed hedge it will produce some creamy white flowers that make it a focal privacy screening solution in your garden. The lovely red new foliage can last for up to 4 months if the conditions are perfect for the plant.
The Photinia Red Robin aerial screening plant has large leaves that allow it to make an excellent screen. These large leaves also make it a great sound proofing plant as it catches the sound within its leaves and traps it. It is also good at removing dust and other airbourne particles from the air.
Photinia Red Robin is lime tolerant so will grow nearly anywhere in the united Kingdom.
This clone of Photinia was discovered in New Zealand. The Royal Horticultural Society gave the Photinia Red Robin an Award of Merit in 1977 and an Award of Garden Merit in 1984.
We supply this with a 20cm, 100cm, 150cm and 180cm clear stem with a 150cm x 150cm panel of foliage. This is one of our most popular evergreen screening panels.
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20 cm, 50 cm, 100cm, 150 cm, 180 CM