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The Korean Evodia Evodia daniellii is one of the few flowering trees that flower in the summer rather than spring. White flowers are borne in mid summer and are quite showy. Fruit remains during the winter and adds interest to an uninteresting time of year.The bark of older stems and branches resembles beech(smooth gray bark). This plant appears to do better in good soils and seems somewhat intolerant of impoverished soils. This plants small size will allow it to be used in restricted spaces keeping in mind that it is as wide as tall. It is a good honey plant and the foliage looks good all summer..
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