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A vulnerable species in the wild, where it is at risk of becoming extinct. This species is not hardy in all parts of Britain, but trees can be grown outdoors in the milder parts of the country. The seed takes two summers to mature. There is some confusion over the correct name of this species, with some authorities seeing it as no more than a sub-species of T. fargesii.Plants are dioecious, but sometimes monoecious with dioecious branches. Male and female plants must usually be grown if seed is required.
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