Spindly, much-dividing branches produce relatively insignificant starry lilac flowers in spring, but after the leaves have fallen in autumn the extremely attractive bunches of bright violet berries persist through into winter. Probably the most beautiful of any berry.
COVER WITH COMPOST OR GRIT 2mm. DEEP. SOW ANYTIME IN A COOL BRIGHT SPOT OUTSIDE. MAY BE SLOW TO GERMINATE. GROW ON INDIVIDUAL SEEDLINGS IN 3" POTS. PLANT OUT IN A WELL-DRAINED SHELTERED POSITION.
Common name:Bodinier's beautyberry