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Arbutus andrachnoides is a hybrid between the Grecian strawberry tree A. andrachne and the more familiar Kilarney strawberry tree A. unedo. It shares a number of characteristics from both parents, including a relatively hardy constitution along with evergreen foliage, plus stunning cinnamon red bark, urn shaped white flowers, which fade to a delicate pink appearing in autumn and winter along with those fascinating and conspicuous red strawberry like fruits.


Superb cinnamon coloured peeling bark is just one of the delights Arbutus Marina can offer along evergreen glossy deep green leaves plus the well known opaque white flowers with a hint of pink during late summer which are followed in autumn by the red strawberry like fruits for which these trees are aptly named

Arbutus unedo


A large evergreen shrub or small tree, attractive white flowers and inedible strawberry like fruits in autumn. Shelter from cold winds when young. Prefers full sun.

Arbutus unedo Atlantic


Produces its flowers at an early age otherwise similar in all respects to its parent

Arbutus unedo Rubra


A very fine and choice form of the Killarney Strawberry Tree, flowers with a distinctive pink flush, very free fruiting.


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