Japanese Stewartia
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The genus of Japanese Stewartia (Stewartia pseudocamillia) is named after John Stuart, who was a botanist in 16th century Scotland and later became the 3rd Earl of the Isle of Bute. 

Up to 50 feet tall
Flowers, Fruit, Foliage
The fruit is a small, hairy, 5-valved capsule. Exfoliating bark adds 4 seasons of interest. White flowers are cup-shaped with orange anthers. Leaves provide a colorful autumn display in shades of yellow, red, and purple.
Pests & Diseases
None serious
Landscape Use
Great as a specimen or in a border
Care Practices
These small trees are cold hardy, but do not tolerate drought, clay and rocky soils, or variable acidity. Plant in full sun to part shade and water frequently.
Native Range