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Fraser's Photinia

Fraser's Photinia is a cross of Photinia glabra x P. serrulata producing a shrub that grows to 12 feet tall.  New leaves in the Spring are bright red accenting the white flower clusters that occur at the same time.  This shrub tolerates full sun and is moderately drought hardy.  Photos by Laurel Woodley

Photinia x fraseri  has red leaves in the spring
Photinia x fraseri produces clusters of white flowers
Latin Name: 
Photinia x fraseri
Family Name: 
Rosaceae
Place of Origin: 
Hort.
Bloom Time: 
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Garden Location: 
Dedication Rd., Amphitheater area