Cladrastis kentukea

The Yellowwood from the SE USA is yet another neglected species in Britain and forms a very attractive medium sized tree here, with unusual alternately pinnate, bold foliage with large leaflets, turning to a really excellent clear yellow in autumn. The long drooping panicles of fragrant white pea flowers in June have a Wisteria-like quality and the bark is a smooth grey. Easy in most places, enjoying sun.

Pot size: 5L



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