Pagodatree or Chinese scholar

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This tree flowers at the end of the summer in white
or light green flowers, making it an exception as other
trees flower earlier. The tree will grow on every soil and
is a fast grower. The tree provide shadow by its thick
foliage.This tree is good choice in parks and in a
Japanese garden. The first blooming is only after
some 12 years of age.

The leaves of the Pagoda tree.

    The pagodatree is a large tree .

    A close up on the leaves of the pagodatree.
    This tree has no diseases affecting those
    discoid leaves.

    Pagoda tree as a street tree

    The Pagoda tree has a rapid growth rate and is
    tolerant for dreought, heat and pollution, making
    it a fine tree in the city and on the streets.

    Trees in the Japanese garden

    In a Japanese garden the silhoutte of a tree
    and its place in the landscape are the most
    important mattere
    These trees are used for landscaping in Japan:

    Pinus sylvestris

    Japanese Cherry

    Higan Cherry

    Japanse cedar

    Ginkgo or Ichô

    Chamaecyparis (schijn-cipres)

    Japanse pagode tree

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