Caring for your tree

   

Yellowwood

Among the tallest trees in Southern Africa, the Yellowwood towers up to 46m in the wild. It remains considerably smaller in gardens, however, and does well in sandy soil.

If you do choose to plant your Yellowwood in a container, it should be watered often. Take care not to damage the taproot during transplantation, as this can result in a long period of very little growth (lasting up to year).

The Yellowwood tolerates moderate frost, but will not withstand drought.

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