Yellowwood are native to the eastern and mid-western United States, and the imagination of Dr. Seuss! It's pinnately compound leaves and drooping panicles of fragrant white flowers make it more at home in the Lorax than in the suburbs along Colorado's front range. It has a graceful, refined branching habit and an over-arching canopy. Fast growing but weak wooded, it will require protection from winter winds and snow loads. Corrective pruning of poor crotch angles can help mitigate storm breakage, get yourself a good arborist familiar with Yellowwood trees. This is an amazing tree that will be the envy of the neighborhood. There is a pink version but they are in short supply.