Sophora japonica pendula 'Weeping Japanese Pagoda Tree'

Plant Group: Standard Deciduous
Genus: Sophora
Species 'Var': japonica pendula
Common Name: 'Weeping Japanese Pagoda Tree'

Quick Facts:

A deciduous tree from China and Korea, with leaves that are light to mid-green with somewhat downy undersides. Drooping pinnacles of frangrant creamy flowers occur in mid-summer. The weeping habit of the flowers is emphasized by the weeping foliage. Flowers are like a bunch of grapes.

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Height: 3m
Width: 3m
Rate of growth: Slow


Yellow in autumn