This attractive species is similar to M. sieboldii in general terms, but the foliage is slightly more hairy and the pendulous flowers have rich purplish red stamens. The plant forms a small tree spreading upwards from the base, and is best planted in a slightly raised position to view the flowers more easily. It prefers a rich cool soil, but needs about half a day full sun to set flowers well. Will reach about 3m hight x 2m wide in 10 years.

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