Gordonia

(Franklinia) F. alatamaha is an autumn-flowering tree or shrub, commonly known as the Franklin Tree, Franklinia and Gordonia. This tree grows 20 to 30 feet high in the South or West, but only 6 to 10 feet high in the North. The Franklin Tree has reddish brown branches that are covered with 5-inch, glossy bright green leaves. The foliage turns orang
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gordonia

any of some 70 species in the genus Gordonia of the tea family (Theaceae). The genus is native to North America and East Asia and includes the ... [1 related articles]
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Gordonia

Gordonia is a genus of trees belonging to the family Ternstroemiaceae. They are evergreen and bear pretty white or cream-coloured flowers.
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