In Japan it’s known as Maki and is one of their best loved trees.
It grows slower in Britain and will only grow to about 15ft after many years.
It’s beauty and it’s hardiness make it suitable for a container if required.
Macro Phyllus means Large Leaf but the leaves can vary from 2 inches long to only half an inch long.
It clips well and tends to remain greener if grown in light shade although it’ll tolerate full sun quite happily.