A great small tree for foliage effect and bark. 20-30' tall and
wide. Best in full sun or part shade and well drained soil. Once
established, very tolerant of heat and drought.
Leaves emerge red-purple in spring and turn yellow-orange to
orange in fall. The bark peels as the tree ages, revealing a
pattern of gray, green and white.
A member of the witchhazel family.
Clean, deep green leaves.
Yellow-orange to orange. In the photo above, the juvenile
foliage blazed orange in fall and then remained on the tree through winter.