Kentucky (American) Yellowwood

Cladrastis kentukea
Size: #15
40 feet high x 40 feet wide
Upright rounded shape
Zone 4
Full Sun to Part Shade

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Not available for the Early Order Sale

Kentucky Yellowwood, commonly called American Yellowwood, is a deciduous tree of the legume family. It is noted for its panicles of intensely fragrant white spring flowers. Found natively in the southeastern U.S. in calcareous soils (similar to Wyoming soils). Pinnately compound leaves are bright green in summer turning golden in autumn. Easily grown in most soils—except dry ones. Yellowwood is rarely planted in Wyoming, be the first to grow this medium sized shade tree!

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