Height: 10-20 feet; 8- to 10-foot spread
Light: Full sun to afternoon shade
Soil: Moist, well-drained
Bloom: White, fragrant, late-summer
Landscape: Native, pollinator, shade garden
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Beautiful, white, fragrant camelia-like blooms in July through September. Butterflies, honeybees, etc.
One of the few native trees to bloom in late summer. Leaves turn red/burgundy as the blooms reach their peak.
Good substitute for non-native Crape Myrtle.