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Catalpa speciosa



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Catalpa speciosa
Northern catalpa

A large, coarse, oval, deciduous shade tree with showy white flowers and long pencil-like fruits.

Habit:Narrow, oval-upright, open and irregular
Size:60 - 90' high
Color:Light to medium green
Texture:Coarse in all seasons
Hardiness:Zone 4a USDA
Habitat:Southern Illinois and Indiana to western Tennessee and northern Arkansas
Family:Bignoniaceae

 
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