One in Adelphi, Maryland, one in Wildwood, Florida, one at the US National Arboretum with a grandfatherly interest in many more around the DC area (unless noted, pictures are taken the day of post)
These are very difficult to find. I only recently saw one for the first time at Wave Hill.
They are certainly less common in gardens and in the trade than C coggygria, but they are beginning to appear more frequently.We planted several along the "Flowering Tree Walk" at the USNA, and I saw a few at nurseries this year. I planted one for my Mother two springs ago. They grow quickly; its gone from 3' to 7' already.
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