Colutea persica Overview
This species grows up to 2m long. The young shoots are slightly hairy, becoming glabrous, and the older shoots peeling in fibres, becoming shiny purple-brown. Leaves grow up to 6cm long.
How to propagate Colutea persica
You can propagate by softwood cuttings in the summer.
Seeds in the autumn.
Other uses of Colutea persica
Grown for their foliage, pea-like flowers and bladder shaped seed pods. Suitable for coastal conditions.