Native to Japan and Korea. Slow-growing, all-season performers that show off fresh green leaves in spring, white flowers resembling single camellias in summer, and colorful foliage in fall. In winter, a distinctive pattern of bare branches is on show, as is smooth bark that flakes off in varying degrees, depending on the species. All grow best in acid, organically enriched soil. Good in woodland gardens and as foreground specimens against a backdrop of larger, darker-leafed trees.Stewartia monadelpha
This tree grows to 25 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide, with slender, upward-angled branches. Leaves are 1 1/2–3 in. long, turn brilliant red in fall. Small (to 1/2-in.) flowers. Rich brown, scaly bark when young; smooth cinnamon-colored bark when older.
This tree grows to 25 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide, with slender, upward-angled branches. Leaves are 1 1/2...
Native to the West Coast of the United States. Evergreen where winters are mild. Heart-shaped leaves a...
Good-looking evergreen shrub from Japan to China. Compact, slow grower to 5 ft. tall and 6 ft. wide. G...