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Japanese Pagoda Tree

Styphnolobium japonicum

Japanese Pagoda Tree leaf example

Japanese pagoda trees have low, open branches. The flowers are creamy white and heart-shaped. These trees do not flower when young. The older trees flower in hot summers when they are about 30 to 40 years old.

 

Species Statistics

19,470

Trees on Map

1,166

Activities Reported

399

Trees Favorited

Recent Tree Care Activities

Ecological Benefits

Stormwater intercepted each year

25,831,176 gallonsValue: $255,728.52

Stormwater intercepted each year

15,851,968 kWhValue: $2,001,229.84

Energy conserved each year

29,774 poundsValue: $155,677.65

Carbon dioxide reduced each year

16,791,406 tonsValue: $56,082.89

Total Value of Annual Benefits

Value: $2,468,718.9
Benefits are calculated using formulas from the U.S. Forest Service.
Map Key Tree marker color indicates species. Marker size indicates trunk diameter. Click on a tree on the map to see full tree details.