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This species is only hardy in the southern half of England. A tree growing in deep shade did not produce seed at Kew in the very hot summer of 1989[K]. A tree at Hilliers produced lots of seed in 1994, but they were not fertile and did not contain endosperm[K].Plants are often confused with L. glabra.
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