Eucryphia x nymansensis 'Nymansay' (Nyman's Eucryphia)
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A hybrid between the E. lutinosa and E. cordifolia, two species from Chile, first grown at Nymans in Sussex early this century. Often shrubby.
Leaves are mostly with three leaflets but many are single, they reflect the leaves of parent trees.
Flowers open in August, each about 6cm across. they cover the plant, giving a wonderful display of blossom.
Fruits are rather small, about 0.6cm long and do produce some fertile seed.