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Quick Facts

Latin Name

up tp 20m

Leaf Bloom Time
Winter-Spring: January-April

Leaf Drop Time
Fall: September-November

A wide-spreading tree that is both excellent for visual appeal and providing shade. This tree has stiff, rough, deep green leaves in abundance which generally stay green until Fall (sometimes turning a light yellow shade). The oval leaves have an asymmetrical base, with double serrated edges with multiple prominent veins.



Full sun for most of the day is ideal. Moist, sandy and well-drained soil is best for growth but prospers in most conditions. Known for being hearty through all seasons.