Features a particularly striking bloom. Upright clusters of dark pink flowers with a yellow throat. It is hard to believe that such exquisite flowers are produced by a tree, they seem more likely to be produced by an orchid. A large shade tree, that doubles as a magnificent ornamental tree when in bloom.
Much like the species in all respects except for the flower which is anywhere from a medium pink to a dark pink/red. Vibrant fall foliage is reddish purple.
This vibrant pink flowering plant can withstand cold temperatures, however, not as tough as Natchez. It has beautiful multi colored peeling bark, and blooms that will stay through the heat of the summer.
A multi-trunk tree that can grower wider than it is tall. A very adaptable plant that does best in full sun. Flower buds are pinkish-purple when closed and open to a white, 5” wide bloom. Flowers are prone to damage from late spring frosts, but if unscathed the flower display is magnificent.
Buds are red-purple, and open to bright pinkish red flowers – tree is stunning in full bloom. Dark red fruits are about the size of a cherry. Rounded habit, foliage emerges purple matures to reddish-green.
So many great qualities they are hard to list. Early broad pyramidal form gives way to a unique dome shaped canopy. Bright red flowers in early spring. Spectacular fall color – each leaf can contain the full spectrum of fall colors. Interesting exfoliating bark.
Profuse bloomer in spring, a mass of double rosy-pink clusters of blooms. Ornamental bark, great fall color. Makes a great screening plant, lawn or park tree.
Profuse bloomer in spring, a mass of double rosy-pink clusters of blooms. Ornamental bark, great fall color. First branches start at 6 feet up the trunk – which allows people to walk under the canopy and gives mowers closer access to trunk area.