Sassafras are deciduous trees with deeply fissured bark and glossy aromatic leaves which colour well in autumn. The inconspicuous male and female flowers are carried on separate trees and females can produce showy fruit Details S. albidum forms an upright tree, spreading by suckers. The three-lobed, aromatic foliage is light, glossy green and colours well in autumn. Sprays of small, green flowers open with the leaves and may be followed, on female trees, by red-stalked, dark blue berriesBroadly columnar and spreading by suckers. Excellent autumn foliage. Tiny racemes of yellow flowers in spring followed by blue fruits.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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