Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Newfndl. South to GA and TN
Prefers cool and moist, part shade.
Store seeds dry at room temperature. Cold-moist stratify for 60-90 days. Sow at 70 degrees.
Mundy Wildflower Garden, Floriculture War Memorial Trail, Houston and Grossman Ponds, Newman Meadow, Treman Woodland Walk, Coy Glen, Edwards Lake Cliffs Preserve, Fischer Old-growth Forest, McDaniel Meadow, Woods, and Swamp, McLean Bogs, Eames Bog, Purvis Road Wetlands Natural Area, Ringwood Ponds, South Hill Swamp, Tarr-Young Preserve
Source of plant
Arborvillage Farm Nursery, Arnold Arboretum, University of Guelph Arboretum, Schichtel's Nursery, Forestfarm Nursery, Botanic Garden of Smith College, Glenn Bucien
Plants 60' to 75' in height, occasionally to 100'. Fall color yellow. Bark on young stems and branches isyellowish or bronze and produces thin papery shreds, gradually changing to reddish brown and breaking into large, ragged edged plates.
USDA Hardiness Zone