Characteristics: The Goldenrain tree provides the landscape with its beauty and elegance all year round. A jaw-dropping display of brightly colored blossoms mid to late Summer is followed by showy, unique fruits that resemble paper lanterns dangling from the branches Fall through Winter. These hardy trees are also known for their well-behaved root system, making them perfect street trees. Goldenrain is additionally effective as a shade tree or focal point, accenuating its many ornamental features.
Exposure: Full Sun/Part Shade
Size: Reaches 30' high x 25' wide
Shape: Round, Open-Branching Habit
Foliage: Features soft, dark green leaves
Fall Color: Foliage turns an attractive pale yellow-orange
Flower: Long stalks bear small clusters of blossoms that are a stunning bright yellow--a color that is very unusual in flowering trees
Fruit: Flowers are followed by graceful, attractive seedpods that strongly resemble paper lanterns. Colors vary from pale green to mahogany or red-orange