Enkianthus campanulatus 'Summer Hill'

Common Name: Summer Hill Redvein Enkianthus

Flower: Creamy yellow with a good red color at the base. hanging in clusters they are best viewed from below.

Bloom Time: Late May to early June.

FoliageLarge leaves that are dark green in summer turning red in the fall.

Fruit: Small capsule that reminds one of a pipe.

Habit: Upright growing, filling out at maturity.

Size: 15 to 20 feet tall.

Sun Exposure: Full sun is best but can take shade.
This deciduous shrub is of interest because of the red tones of its new growth and for its small bell-shaped flowers. The flowers are quite inconspicuous, but when looked at closely are an interesting yellowish-orange veined with red. They are one of the numerous things of great beauty in the plant world that have to be viewed at close range rather than from a distance. The flowers should be viewed at eye level or from below for the best effect.
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