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Empress Tree

One of the fastest growing trees in North America, Empress Tree can grow 12 ft. or more in one year. While this attractive tree grows very rapidly, it will also impress you with its huge, soft, velvety leaves, which can grow up to 2 ft. across. You can grow Empress Tree to be a nice shade tree, reaching up to 40 ft. in height and spread when mature, or cut it back annually and awe yourself and your friends with the immense billowy leaves. When allowed to grow tall, Empress Tree will also reward you with abundant, upright spikes of richly fragrant, lavender flowers, blooming in spring before the leaves appear. The wood of this valuable tree is highly prized in Asia by woodworkers. A beautiful tan in color, it is easy to work and is used to make attractive jewelry boxes, chests, and furniture.

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Empress of China

Empress of China

Our Empress Tree seedlings are easy to grow and will quickly become a large tree or spectacular shrub.
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