Pagoda Tree (Styphnolobium japanicum) pagoda tree
Form: Rounded shape. Branching is upright and spreading, eventually arching over.
Mature Height: 50' to 75'
Mature Spread: 50' to 75'
Use: Good tree for city conditions, plant 'Princeton Upright' or Regent varieties.
Notable Characteristics: Medium to fast grower, Compound medium green leaf, creamy white bell shaped flower mid-summer, bright green fruit pod
Limitations: Grows best in moist, fertile, well-drained soil. Can be somewhat difficult to train into a central leader. Numerous disease and insect problems
Where can I find this tree in Glen Ridge? Unknown. Pagoda tree was not identified on the 2013 tree inventory.
pagoda tree