Leaves and Flowers
A closer view of the flowers
The Chinese tallow provides wonderful fall color. I wished that I could have taken this photo 2 weeeks ago before a lot of the leaves dropped. I had to purchase a new camera. There are a few white blooms still on the tree.(December, San Antonio, Tx.)
The Chinese Tallow leaves turn various colors of gold, maroon, purple and red in the fall. The small greenish white seed capsules stand out against the deep color tones. (December, San Antonio, Tx.)
The leaves turn a brilliant red in the fall.
Fall color is great. Plants easily controlled. Robins, Yellow Rump Warblers and Cardinals eat white wax on seeds. (thousands) Bloom smell is wonderful.
Close view of the PopCorn Tree Catkins bloom. I have two in my back yard and are beautiful in fall.
View of PopCornTree Catkins with maturing greenish fruit.
Los Angeles arboretum
june flowers and leaves Los Angeles
Strange but nice fall color.
Classic fall color.
White wax covered seeds, food for many birds, especiall Yellow Rumped Warblers and Robins.
There are at least 3 different invasive tree species in this photo! Braz.Pepper & Earleaf Acacia too
1/1/05 Port St. Lucie, FL... Leaves are pretty but don't plant it for that reason!
This plant provides most of the winter birds food.
The fall color is great. All the birds feeding on the seeds are a plus.
Infestation into pine forest.Dont let the pretty fall color fool you!
Seedlings. Ramos Mejía, Buenos Aires, Argentina (March 2006). Seeds were collected in Disneyland.
Hundreds, if not thousands of seeds waiting for dispersal.
Chinese Tallow Tree in autumn in Mt. Lofty Botanic Gardens in South Australia, April 2003
In Botanical Garden of the University of Agriculture Faisalabad.Pakistan
University of Agriculture Faisalabad,Punjab,Pakistan
I found this young tree growing on the far side of my yard. Only keeper I have :D Woodville,Tx
same tree, from other side hope it stays variegated.. or CHOP!! :D Woodville, Tx
I found two of these sprouting in a flower bed in my backyard. Someone here on DG identified them for me and I immediately pulled them up!
The flower is as pretty as this plant is invasive and pervasive. JIM Tomczak
4 years old - no suckers or volunteer plants so far
Krapets, Bulgaria, zone 8a. Winter low -13.5C and no snow cover.
Krapets, Bulgaria, zone 8a
Bellingrath Gardens and Home, Alabama. Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/