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The new growth that appears is a bronze color with large, dark-green leaves that turn orange and scarlet in color in the Fall. The Sourwood Tree is a slow grower with an upright oval crown that is 25-30 feet high and 20 feet wide. In the late Summer, drooping clusters of fragrant Lily-of-the-Valley-like white flowers add an interesting and unique look to the Sourwood Tree.


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Recommended USDA zones for Sourwood Trees: [Oxydendrum arboreum]
Zone 5-10℉ to -5℉
Zone 6-5℉ to 5℉
Zone 75℉ to 10℉
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉
Zone 1030℉ to 40℉

��The Sourwood Tree should be the shade tree of choice for anyone who seeks vibrant red fall leaves which rival even the maple. Sourwood trees bloom in late Summer and are known to retain flowers even after leaves change, adding beautiful highlights to the tree's scarlet crown. The colors of the leaves of the Sourwood Tree will explode on your landscape and are sure to catch the eye of your neighbors and friends. Sourwood flower clusters droop and contain nectar for bees later in the season, when other plants have stopped blooming.


Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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Small tree but seems very healthy November 21, 2014
Reviewer: Craig Rupert from Lorton, VA United States  
Tree is dormant but looks healthy.  Not quite the 4-5' I expected but tree seems healthy so I will not ding it.

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Undersized Tree November 20, 2014
Reviewer: Robert Manz from Evans, GA United States  
We ordered the largest size Sourwood tree, 8-9 feet.  
Although the Ty Ty Nursery web site stated the sizes were before pruning, the 5' tree we received is certainly undersized.  Based on the size of the trunk (less than 1" diameter), we doubt the pre-pruned tree was 3-4' taller than what we received.  We sent an email questioning the size a week ago, but so far have only received an automated reply stating we would be contacted in a couple of days.

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Replacement Sourwood Trees May 16, 2014
Reviewer: Linda Westbrook from Cumming, GA United States  
Both of these were dormant so I have no idea if they are indeed alive.  They're planted so we will see.  After 2 years I'm just glad to get them replaced.

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review April 8, 2014
Reviewer: Errol Sumrall from Mason, OH United States  
Received trees. they seem to be in good shape. Have planted now have to wait to see if they live.

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Sourwood tree March 28, 2014
Reviewer: Edwin cochran from Grinnell, IA United States  
Tree did arrive Monday march 24th.  It is still below freezing here so I unwrapped the tree and have placed the roots in a well drained bucket with damp peat moss. I am storing it in a garage at night and setting it in a protected area outside during the day if it gets above 32 degrees.  The root ball was completely encased in ice when it arrived.  I am hoping  there is enough dormant but  living tissue so it might sprout when it is planted and  gets warmer here.  I realize that Iowa is not a happy place for this southern plant, however some friends have successfully grown them here.

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