Osmanthus het. 'Goshiki'
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Osmanthus het. 'Goshiki'

Osmanthus heterophyllus "goshiki", also called common pseudo-holly, is a small, slow-growing, evergreen shrub with a compact and bushy habit. The leaves are variegated, marbled, green with yellow, cream in spring and sometimes pink and bronze tones. They are usually leathery and quite sharp-toothed. This false holly blooms from September to mid-November, with abundant, small, white, sweetly scented flowers. It likes a position in full sun or partial shade, and does well in almost any soil that is not too wet. It requires little maintenance, is an average grower, is hardy and occasionally small, blue-black fruits follow in the fall. It is a good bee and coastal plant, disease resistant and air pollution tolerant.

  • 20 - 25 C1,3
  • 40 - 50 C10
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Osmanthus het. 'Goshiki'
Flower color
Plant height
1 - 1,5 m