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Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” seeds
Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” seeds


 


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Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” (Acrocarpus Fraxinifolious) also known as Indian Ash is a fast growing tree, that in time, will grow into a very large, awe-inspiring garden specimen, best suited to as a feature or as part of a large landscape, often used along driveways at large country estates and other rural applications. Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” is grown for its beautifully exotic (native of Indo-China region) foliage, with new growth displaying a bronzed-pink flush of growth, above a horizontally branched large tree with grey bark and stylish compound leaves. Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” is best used to provide height as part of a large landscape, with smaller growing trees/shrubs planted in front to provide a structurally sophisticated planting. Notwithstanding its fast growth rate, Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar” is suitable as a bonsai, provided the germinated seeds are grown in a low-organic matter soil (sandy loam), to ensure the plant is not to vigorous. The tap-root should either be snipped or curled (J-rooted) within the first 8-weeks, to ensure the plant remains suitable for bonsai.

Advantages of Acrocarpus "Pink Cedar"

  • Spectacular pink-bronze foliage (new growth)
  • Fast growing once established
  • Majestic specimen plant ideal for high-impact feature
  • Large long-lived tree
  • Suitable for bonsai

What am I Purchasing?

  • Premium seeds of Acrocarpus “Pink Cedar”
  • Easy to follow Seed Propagation Notes
  • FREE postage in a padded envelope

Features
  • 3 – 6 m height in the first 5 years, but can grow as tall as 20m+ over the years
  • 6 - 8 m apart is suitable planting distance though these are generally planted as features
  • Suitable for part-shade and full sun
  • Will grow in most regions of Australia
  • Hardy deciduous tree

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