Chionanthus virginicus L.
Chionanthus virginicus (56393 bytes)
Big shrub or tree, until to 10 m high; leaves small-elliptic to ovate, glossy-green, in autumn yellow. The flowers are produced during May to June in 10-20 cm long, hanging panicles.The shrub has in this time an abundance of a little fragrant, white flowers. The shrub is quite hardy and easy to cultivate in the sun. 

Home: Eastern USA

Other views: Flowers

Cultivated: Germany, France

Author: Ulrich Herzog

Ethnobotanical aspects of Chionanthus virginicus by Plants for a future database

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