Garryas are grown primarily for their flower catkins. The longer pendulous male catkins have traditionally been the most sought after with selections like 'James Roof' and 'Evie'. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants and both must be present for the female to produce their lovely grapelike clusters of fruit. These plants are seed grown so males and females are of equal probability. Sun or partial shade. Moderate irrigation inland. Decent drainage. Somewhat deer resistant.
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