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Photinia

History and Origin:

Photinia is a genua of around 40-60 species of small trees and large shrubs within the rose family Rosaceae and are related to the apple. They are native to temperate areas of Asia. The name Photinia originates from the Greek word 'photeinos' which means 'shiny' and refers to the plants often glossy leaves. Some varieties of Photinia are toxic due to the presence of a chemical in the foliage and fruit.

About:

Photinia can be either evergreen or deciduous shrubs or trees with simple leaves and small white flowers that bloom in spring which are ofen then followed by red berries. They are well-suited to being used as hedging or screening and are low-maintenance.

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