yellow, in large terminal plumes, August/September
bladder-shaped, bronze in colour, seeds black, Ø approx. 4.5 cm
makes very few demands on the soil, stands up to dry conditions
Устойчивость к ветру:
Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, 1960
This American selection initially shows a slower growth rate than the species. The rounded crown grows steadily broader. Widely-spread branches bend downwards. The large, pinnate (sometimes doubly pinnate) leaves consist of 7 - 15 leaf segments. These are lobed, approx. 7 - 10 cm in length and have a serrated edge. The leaves are a bronze colour in the spring and turn yellow to orange in the autumn. The numerous small, yellow flowers are in terminal plumes approx. 30 cm long. The tree flowers 6 - 8 weeks later than the species and the flowers are often very numerous. The bladder-like fruit, approx 4.5 cm long, change colour from green to bronze and contain a few black seeds. The fruit remains on the tree for a long time. This tree prefers a sheltered site since young specimens can suffer frost damage, but recover well.