some times it's called a shaving brush tree.
Flowering late winter or early spring with it's 5 inch flowers opening at night.
Leaves are first red turning green as they mature.
A winter deciduous tree and is drought tolerant, but does OK with our
It was getting to large so I cut it back last fall after it
dropped it's leaves. I've had this plant for about 30 some years.
You need two of them to get and seed. I only have one so no seed for me.