A rare prize, the hardiest mahogany in the world, this baby has fluorescent bright pink new leaves! Resembling sumac in leaf and form, Toona suckers to form a colony of upright stems, eventually 24ítall and 12í wide. The young leaves can vary from hot pink to apricot to near white and slowly age to green. The deciduous foliage turns a nice yellow in fall. Sun for best color, regular water (donít overwater); young leaves can be cooked and eaten as a veggie.
USDA Z5 3x3x5" Tall pot