Persian Ironwood (Parrotia persica) are graceful, small or medium sized deciduous trees with a rounded or dome-shaped growth habit. These trees can be grown as a standard tree or a multi-trunked large shrub. Persian Ironwood grows to a height of 20-40 feet with a spread of 20-30 feet. It is found growing in Northern Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Southern Russia. In the fall, this tree puts on a lovely display when the leaves turn vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. The bark on mature trees creates an interesting display in winter. It exfoliates, showing different colored patches of bark beneath – green, white, or tan.
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