Cercidiphyllum Japonica
Atsura Tree

Cercidiphyllum Japonica

A graceful and stylish medium sized deciduous tree.

The broad heart shaped leaves are tinted bronze when young, then becoming yellow, orange and pink in the autumn. 

The flowers are borne in the spring, and are small and inconspicuous.

Best grown in a woodland setting, as leaves may be damaged by late frosts.

Likes a full sun or partial shade site in moist but well drained soil.

Can reach higher than 12m and spread wider than 8m.


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