This tree tolerates waterlogged soil and is sold as an ornamental for wet or boggy sites, Leaves alternate, simple; dark glossy green; usually nearly circular. Flowers March–April, male and female catkins borne on the same tree; female catkins resembling dark conifer cones.Fruits mature in autumn and persist into winter; resemble miniature oval pinecones 3/4 to 1 1/4 inches long; seeds are narrowly winged.
|Sale-able Size||Mature Size|
|Height:||12 feet||50 feet|
|Spread:||8 feet||30 feet|
|Trunk Caliper:||2 inch caliper|