Oxydendrum arboreum (sourwood)
Oxydendrum arboreum - Commonly called sourwood or sorrel tree, is a deciduous understory tree that typically grows 20-25’ tall with a straight, slender trunk and narrow oblong crown. In the wild, it may reach 50-60’ tall. Gray bark on mature trees is fissured, ridged and scaly. Finely-toothed, glossy green leaves (to 5-8” long) are reminiscent of peach. Leaves have a sour taste, hence the common name. Leaves produce consistently excellent fall color, typically turning crimson red. Waxy, lily-of-the-valley-like, white flowers bloom on slender, drooping, one-sided terminal panicles (4-8” long) in early summer. Flowers have a slight fragrance. Family : Ericaceae
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Oxydendrum arboreum (Sourwood or sorrel tree)
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