white fringe tree
The white fringe tree is a small dome shaped specimen prized for its magnificent clusters of fragrant fringe like blooms. It’s a superb deciduous accent tree. It works very well against a dark background. They thrive in wet conditions and will need water during the hot, dry summers. They are very good for clay and sandy soils.
These trees are native to the savannas and lowlands of the southeastern United States. They are dioecious. If the tree is female small blue drupes will be produced in fall.
Height: 20′ – 25′
Width: 20′ – 25′
Exposure: Full sun to part shade.
Fruit / Flower: Drupe on female trees.
Fall Color: Yellow.
Water: Moist well drained soil. Will also grow in clay and sandy soil. Water regularly until established.
Fertilizer: Use a general fertilizer once a year in spring.
Pruning: Prune to shape as required.
Category: Trees – White Fringe Tree near me – Chionanthus Virginicus