Fothergilla monticola--Alabama Fothergilla

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Fothergilla monticola--Alabama Fothergilla

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Alabama fothergilla grows 6 feet tall and has spreading branches and a rounded habit. The white flowers are borne in mid-May and have no petals. The parts that look like petals are actually stamens. The flowers are borne in the spring before the leaves appear. The plant likes a cool, moist root zone and a sandy loam. Little pruning is needed other than an occasional thinning of the older branches. The fall color is generally red and yellow. Branches may be layered in autumn.

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