Rounded habit and upright branches that arch and spread. Early spring leaf unfolding is a soft silver-gray finally turning a dark green in late spring. Unique white flowers appearing in spring or early summer. This slow growing tree is well suited for the urban environment.
Grows best in full sun and grows well in tough environments and poor soil. Durable and adaptable with no major disease or insect issues.
Fixes nitrogen and blooms in June-July.
25' at maturity
20' at maturity
Upright vase with rounded crown
Extravagant, upright white clusters of pea-like flowers.
Medium green leaves form in groups of up to 11 leaflets attached to a central stem. In fall the leaves drop when green or brown.
Amber or copper with greenish undertones that exfoliates in curls.
Native of Manchuria.