AMERICAN YELLOWWOOD

CLADRASTIS KENTUKEA

 

A tree which is too often overlooked in landscape plantings around the intermountain region. Fragrant clusters of white flowers appear in May and June. Large compound leaves form a graceful canopy which is tolerant of urban areas.

 

 

SHAPE AT MATURITY

Height:  40′

Spread:  45′

Shape:  ROUNDED

Foliage:  BRIGHT GREEN

Fall Color:  YELLOW

FLOWER:  WHITE

Zone:  4