This cultivar is a dwarf plant of the species Cercocarpus ledifolius var. intracatus (also referred to as Littleleaf Mountain Mahogany). As a dwarf species of broadleaf evergreen plant, it has the potential to fill a need in the landscape industry or to p...
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