Photo of Stachyurus praecox (stachyurus)

Stachyurus praecox - It is a deciduous shrub that is perhaps best noted for its unique and colorful late winter to early spring flowers that bloom before the foliage emerges. Flower buds form in autumn and overwinter on the plant in pendant, catkin-like racemes that hang from the leaf axils. Each flowering raceme (to 4” long) typically has 10-20 tiny, bell-shaped, 4-petaled, yellow-green flowers (3/ 8” across). Flowers bloom in late March-April. This shrub typically grows to 4-6’ (less frequently to 10’) tall with an open, upright, arching-spreading habit. During the growing season, attractive red-brown to chestnut-brown branches are clothed with ovate, tapered, serrate, medium green leaves (to 7” long). Foliage may turn rosy red and yellow in fall. Family: Stachyuraceae  

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