Japanese Pagoda Tree, Chinese Scholar Tree
Handsome flowering trees with showy, drooping clusters of sweet pea-shaped blossoms. Seed pods are constricted between the seeds, giving them a bead-necklace look. Leaves are divided into many leaflets. Provide good drainage.Sophora japonica
Native to China, Korea. Grows at a moderate rate to 50 to 70 ft. high and wide. Young wood is smooth, dark gray green; old branches and trunk gradually take on rugged look, with rough, deeply furrowed bark. Dark green, 6- to 10-in. leaves are divided into 7 to 17 leaflets, each 1 to 2 in. long. Undistinguished yellow fall color. Long (to 1-ft.), open clusters of 1/2-in., yellowish white flowers in summer; 2 to 3 1/2-in. pods.
Excellent groundcover, 6–8 in. high, spreading slowly but widely. Pleasantly scented, dark green...
Native to the eastern and southern United States. Can climb to 10–20 ft. tall but is shrubby if ...
Native to southern Europe and the Caucasus. Compact, leafy, aggressive, spreading by volunteer seedlin...