Japanese Pagoda Tree

Styphnolobium japonicum

non-native


Other Name:
Chinese Scholar Tree


The Japanese Pagoda Tree is a non-native species from China. The first record of it in the United States was in New York City during the early 1800s. Its limited range includes Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ohio. A Japanese Pagoda Tree is off the west path of Monticello Park near the weirs at the south end. It is called "Japanese" because of its use in Japan around Buddhist temples.

Identification Tools

Missouri Botanical Garden tree-guide.com NC State Extension

Ranges

North America Virginia

Japanese Pagoda Tree
Japanese Pagoda Tree

Japanese Pagoda Tree
Japanese Pagoda Tree

Japanese Pagoda Tree
Japanese Pagoda Tree

Japanese Pagoda Tree Flowers
Japanese Pagoda Tree flowers

Japanese Pagoda Tree Flowers
Japanese Pagoda Tree flowers

Japanese Pagoda Tree Seed Pods
Japanese Pagoda Tree seed pods

Japanese Pagoda Tree Trunk
Japanese Pagoda Tree trunk

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