28-36 inch tall American Sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua)
The sweetgum tree, a deciduous shade tree provides colorful fall foliage with leaves ranging from yellow and orange to red and purple. Grows in USDA zones 5-9. Reaching 40 to 50 foot tall and 30 to 40 foot wide at maturity. Grows on average 2-6 feet a year. Has a moderate drought tolerance. Prefers full sun and has a wide range of preferred soil conditions ranging from slightly acidic ,loamy, moist, sandy, well- drained, wet and clay soils.
Grown in 5 inch deep pot, ships rooted in soil in container, we can ship to all states. Shipped Priority Mail. Ships with leaves in Spring and Summer and dormant without leaves in Fall and Winter.
Price includes shipping.