A vigorous, large growing deciduous tree of broadly columnar habit, with bold dark green leaves that turn yellow in autumn. The unusually shaped leaves have 2 lobes at the truncated tip and 2 more at the base. Cup-shaped, tulip-like flowers, which are orange at the base and banded with green toward the tip open in early to mid-summer

Soil: Fertile, humus rich, well drained soil.

Aspect: Full sun or part shade.

Suitable Locations: Sheltered, parklands and large gardens. Plant in final position as it is intolerant of transplanting.

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