Flamegold is a very popular landscape tree native to China, Korea and Taiwan. The tree is more commonly seen covered with large clusters of persistent rose-colored, papery capsules, which may be mistaken for the blooms.
Flowers are small, fragrant, and appear in very showy, dense, panicles at the end of branches. The bark is smooth and light brown when young, becoming ridged and furrowed as the tree matures.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Chinese Flame tree, Flame gold, Chinese Rain Tree
Maximum Reachable Height
30 to 45 feet
Planting and care
Dead wood is often present in the canopy and should be removed periodically to maintain a neat appearance.
Golden Rain Tree care
Dry to medium moisture levels.
Average well-drained soil.
Hardiness upto 25 degrees F.
Fertilize in spring with a tree plant food.
Golden Rain Tree uses
Used as landscape tree, used in everlasting flower arrangements
It is very popular for use in everlasting flower arrangements
Frequently Asked Questions
What is another name for a Golden Rain Tree?
Golden Rain Tree is commonly known as Chinese Flame tree, Flame gold, Chinese Rain Tree
How tall do Golden Rain Tree grow?
On average Golden Rain Tree grows 30 to 45 feet
What color are Golden Rain Tree?
A Golden Rain Tree plant bears flowers of color Yellow
When Golden Rain Tree blooms?
With enough light, Golden Rain Tree may produce Yellow flowers in Late summer
How hard is Golden Rain Tree to grow?
A Golden Rain Tree is Easy
How much sunlight does a Golden Rain Tree need?
A Golden Rain Tree prefers Full sun
How much water does a Golden Rain Tree need?
A Golden Rain Tree prefers watering Dry to medium moisture levels.
What kind of soil does a Golden Rain Tree need?
A Golden Rain Tree prefers Average well-drained soil.
What temperature does a Golden Rain Tree like?
A Golden Rain Tree prefers Hardiness upto 25 degrees F.
How often should I fertilize my Golden Rain Tree?
To encourage Golden Rain Tree growth, Fertilize in spring with a tree plant food.
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