These deep-rooted trees will burst out in bloom with chains of fragrant white/pale pink flowers every 2 or 3 years in May, flat seed pods mature in the fall, large compound leaves turn yellow in fall, smooth gray bark, somewhat drought tolerant once established, tolerates acid soil, the wood is (indeed) yellow and has been used to create yellow dye (hence the name).
30-50 foot tall (40-55 foot wide)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 5b-8a
Native Range: w NC & SC west to e OK with escaped populations growing wild in NJ, VA, OH, PA, NY, & MA. Rare in NC, SC, IN, IL, MS, OK, & LA
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