In the wild grows in North America, in the Allegheny Mountains from Virginia to South Carolina. Slow-growing, medium-tall, round, up to 1.5 m tall shrub. The new shoots are covered with white star-shaped hairs. Leaves broad ovoid to round, 5-10 cm long, 3.5-7 cm wide, dark green at the top, shiny, gray-green at the bottom, covered with star-like hairs. In autumn turns orange and reddish. The flowers appear at the same time as the leaves bloom in May. The flowers are fragrant. Planted in well-drained, fresh, acidic rather than calcareous, sufficiently moist clay soils, in a sunny, sheltered place. Very decorative twice a year - during flowering and in autumn, when the leaves are colored.
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