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Sourwood Tree

Sourwood Tree
Item# sourwood-tree
Regular price: $14.95
Sale price: $14.20
Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

Product Description

Flowering: Blooming Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate, Slow growth rate Light requirements: Full Sun, Partial Sun and shade Plant Group: Good wildlife plants, Tree Plant Type: Deciduous Plant Zone: Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9 Size at Maturity: 20 - 30 ft Size at time of shipping: 18 to 24" branched plant,

12-18 inches at time of shipping. Ships bareroot items will arrive within 1-10 days from date the plant(s) are ordered. NEW! Oxydendrum arboretum - Sourwood is a native tree that is a consistent favorite here at our nursery. The drooping panicles of brilliant white flowers begin in mid-summer and persist into autumn. The vibrant and dependable fall color of Sourwood often transitions from an orange red to brick red to flaming scarlet and displays the most vivid fall colors of any tree species.

Sourwood should be planted into acid, moist, and well-drained soil high in organic matter. It is best in light shade, particularly during the heat of summer.

Perfect for accent, grouping, or specimen plantings.

Although sour wood can tolerate dry soils, it needs irrigation during drought periods, particularly when accompanied by high temperatures.