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White Kawakamii Dragon Tree - 200 Seeds

$4.99

White Kawakamii Dragon Tree (Empress Tree)
Paulownia Kawakamii
Kawakamii Tree, Kiri Tree


Description: The Kawakamii Paulownia is excellent for quickly transforming the landscape with its fast growth, lush foliage, and prolific flowering. The Paulownia grows vigorously over the spring and summer months.
USDA Zones: 4b – 10a
Mature height: (in 3 yrs): 30 feet: (1st yr: 12/18' -2nd yr: 20/25' -3rd yr: 28/30')
Flowers: Bell shaped, fragrant, in clusters
Blossoming: (2nd/3rd yr): 6 weeks in spring.
Color: Creamy White petals with spots of purple and lavender spotted throughout, yellowish center that may be white in older trees..
Leaves: Heart shaped to 15 inches wide; pale green
Bark: Smooth with conspicuous lenticels when young, longitudinally splitting with age.
Temperature range: (0 to +120) degrees drops leaves in winter.
Soil conditions: Well drained is best, light to heavy clay is ok.
Soil pH: 5.5 to 8.5 (6.5 is the optimum ph level).
Limitations: Trees will not do well in overly wet soils or salt sea air.
Root system: Multiple tap roots 15 to 20 feet deep if possible.
Fertilizer: High nitrogen, compost is best, but over the counter fertilizers like MiracleGro will suffice, but use cautions, so not to burn the tree.
Water: Soak deeply once or twice a week for first two years. When roots reach maturity, water requirement very low.
Discussion: The Kawakamii Paulownia is a fast growing broadleaf, flowering, deciduous tree which requires a large amount of light and water. It is also a hardy tree that can withstand winter, and early spring frost, to -5 degrees, and enjoys temperatures above 110 degrees. Paulownia is excellent for quickly transforming the landscape with its fast growth, lush foliage, and prolific flowering. The Paulownia grows vigorously over the spring and summer months, reaching heights of up to 19 feet in the first year. Growth slows in autumn as the tree hardens and thickens. Once established the Paulownia has a vertical deep root system extending 15+ feet beneath the ground. Paulownias tend to shoot up as a single stem in the first year, producing few substantial side branches. In the second year of growth, small branch buds appear right up the trunk, immediately above where the leaf axle has broken away in the first season. The Paulownia will produce flowers in its second or third year of growth; the buds are formed in the late summer. It will flower before or during the re-emergence of the new spring foliage.



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  • Model: PAULOWNIA-KAWAKAMII-W-200
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1lbs
  • 20010 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: 4FH - Organic & Naturals

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