From my initial time spent with this plant, only a few days, it is destined to be a favorite. I have spent some time looking for Fjellheim and I was happy to find a somewhat larger plant this past week. Being able to select from among a few of similar size, I chose the one with the most intense bark color. Whether that means the plant is under some sort of stree or that it is the better specimen will only be discoved in time. Supposedly a witches broom of 'Sango kaku' discoveredd in Australia, 'Fjellheim' seems to be not only a semi-dwarf but appears to have more intenses characteriestics than the parent. Similar to another dwarf Sango, 'Aka kawa hime', 'Fjelleim' should be a little larger and less compact than its dwarf counterpart, while both being ideal for a setting where 'Sango kaku' would grow too large. I would guess the plant picutured is around 4 years old. The longer chutes can be pinched back and will a bit less nitrogen the plant will stay more compact. Even without the nursery provided fertilizer program, 'Fjellheim' can still put out fairly long chutes.