Host plant for giant swallowtail larvae. An assortment of other insects, such as wasps, flies, bees, and ants, will find nectar in the greenish white flowers. An attractive small tree with shiny leaves and round, wafer shaped seeds.
Uses: Pollinators, host plant, deer resistant
Bloom time: May - June
Height: up to 25 feet
Space: 6 to 10 feet
Moisture: Dry to average
Sunlight: Sun to light shade
Seed may be available. Contact us if you're interested in trying to grow from seed.