A moderate growing tree with masses of white flowers in large terminal panicles for an extended period from mid summer to early autumn. Natchez has a vase shaped to rounded habit. A tough tree best planted in full sun in moist but well drained slightly acidic soil. Prepare soil with a good amount of organic matter and soil conditioner.
Growth Rate: Moderate
Foliage: Glossy mid green leaves turning to reddish – bronze in autumn
Bark: Beige coloured when young then exfoliating at around 3 years leaving a rusty brown underbark.
Tolerances: Good to moderate drought and heat tolerance