Hopefully Available Autumn 2015/16 - A rare and elegant tree native to parts of China, Cladrastis sinensis was introduced to the UK by Wilson in 1901 and has attractive green, pinnate (feather-like) leaves. These leaves are more delicate in appearance than those of its American cousin, Cladrastis lutea and turn a strong yellow in a good autumn.
Once established this also has delightful panicles of upright, fragrant, white flowers in mid-summer although the tree can be five to ten years old before the flowers start making their appearance.
Supplied Size: Sorry, now sold out. Looking for something similar? Try Cladrastis kentukea (lutea)