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Also known as yellowwood, this genus contains 8 hardy, deciduous trees with scented white or pink flowers. These are made in pendant groups on long inflorescences which may be branched or singular. Typically this genus is grown for its nice foliage which displays bright autumn colour and its flowers, which superficially resemble those of wisteria.
How to propagate Cladrastis
You can propagate by seeds in the autumn.
Root cuttings in late winter.
Other uses of Cladrastis
Grown for their pendant, wisteria-like flower clusters and autumn foliage.
Trees to Propagate by Root Cuttings
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