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As the name suggests, 4-8" long panicles of delicately scented, creamy white clusters cover this 12-20' tree like thick, beautiful fringe in early to midsummer. Upright, spreading form provides a shady retreat under arching branches. Grape-like clusters of blue-black fruit mature in fall. Does well in full sun to part shade. Zones 3-9. Size 2-3 ft. bareroot
I moved into a home with one already there - It is my favorite tree - Usually blooms the first 2 weeks of June But this year it is blooming 2nd week of May. I LOVE IT!!!! A must have!!
Is this what old timers called Grancy Graybeard tree? If it is, I'm thrilled. I dug one from the woods years ago and it was beautiful. moved and had to leave it. I have looked for 20 years for one to replant. Hope that's what this is. I'm ordering for my new home
Here's a saying a horticulturalist friend of mine told me about new plants and might help those who get impatient: 1st year sleep, 2nd year creep, 3rd year leap! It's well worth the wait - a beautiful tree!
I have two fringe trees/bushes. They are about 3-4 years old. (bought at two different times). I am babying them, they are supposed to grow fast; however... I'm impatient. But last year they seemed to grow faster, I fertilized more than previously. I love this tree; if they are all as beautiful as all the pictures I've seen. Good luck and you won't be disapoointed, but just try to have a lil patience. :>}