Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Keteleeria davidiana.
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Trees are slow growing in Britain and are rather tender when they are young. The new growth can be damaged by late spring and early autumn frosts. Trees should be planted into their permanent positions when they are quite small, between 30 and 90cm in height. Larger trees will check badly and hardly put on any growth for several years. Planting out larger trees also badly affects root development and wind resistance. Trees can be coppiced.Plants do not produce seed in Britain.
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