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Chinese Tallow

Chinese Tallow (Sapium Sebiferum) The plant was purposely introduced into the southeastern US as early as the 1700’s. It comes from China where it has been cultivated for about 1,500 years as a seed-oil crop. In the US, it is primarily associated with ornamental landscapes. Chinese Tallow has become naturalized in the southern coastal plain from South Carolina south to Florida and west to Texas. It is also referred to as "Florida aspen" and "popcorn-tree". It is considered invasive. New growth in the Chinese tallow
begins as early as February and flowering lasts from March through May.
Fruit ripens from August to November. The Chinese Tallow is deciduous, and
prior to losing leaves during the autumn it has attractive foliage turning yellow to
red. Young trees establish a taproot system and are able to withstand extended periods
of drought and commonly grows to 30 ft tall.

 

 

Chinese Tallow
The tree was collected 4/12/ 2006 in Stuart, Fl. 

 

Chinese Tallow
8/23/2006 The tree is a fast grower. It is doing well in captivity.

 Chinese Tallow
9/11/2006 I have cut branches that were not needed for the future of the tree.


 Chinese Tallow
11/2006


Chinese Tallow 
11/2006


 Chinese Tallow
1/2007

 Chinese Tallow
8/2007


Chinese Tallow      Chines Tallow
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Chinese Tallow 
12/2008

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