Yellowwood (Cladrastis kentukea) is a native american tree with low branching tree with a broad-rounded crown of delicate branches. The older branches and trunk are smooth and gray. The leaves are a rich pea green and turn yellow to gold brown in fall. Fragrant, creamy flowers occur in pendulous, 8-14 inch long panicles in May and June.
- Medium to fast
- 30-50 Ft in height and 40 – 55 Ft in width
- Full sun to most sun
- Best growth occurs in calcareous, limestone-based soils, but will grow in acid soils.
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