Big, terminal buds swell and open in early spring to reveal long, tapered, cupped, lemony-cream colored flowers before the leaves have even begun to appear. Flowers are fragrant and usually sterile and rarely produce the red cone-like fruit. This will provide a touch of pastel yellow variety and beauty to your spring flowering landscape. A great selection that you'll want to give the room to shine!
Plant in a sunny to partly shaded location. Prefers moist, slightly acidic soils. Does not tolerate extreme drought. Prune after blooming. Usually requires little pruning other than removal of dead or damaged branches.