- Common Name(s):
Do not plant where cotton has been grown; difficult to transplant; good tree but not for urban conditions
Native to Georgia.
- 10-25 ft.
- Fragrant; 3 in. white camellia-like flowers in October
- Sun to light shade; moist, well-drained soil; dislikes wet sites
- Upright; spreading branches
- 6-15 ft.
- Growth Rate:
- 5-6 in. alternate, simple leaves; maroon fall color; holds leaves late into fall
NCCES plant id: 1998