Light shade seems to suit it very well but full sun does too.
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Jul 02, Lucy Rowland says Franklin’s Tree is easy enough to propagate from cuttings or seed but difficult to transplant, susceptible to root rot and ‘not particularly vigorous’. It needs rich, well-drained, acid soil and plenty of water, just like it had by the Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. May 21, Propagation: Franklinia is grown from seeds and also from cuttings taken in late summer or bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 1 min.
Aug 03, Cuttings had been taken from this tree in in an attempt to propagate it, but all the propagations died by Painter Records show two Franklinia trees had been purchased.
One was planted near the Painter Rows that Tyler has recreated, close to the bridge that crosses the water coming from the bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Franklinia alatamaha, commonly called the Franklin tree, typically grows as a single-trunk tree with a rounded crown or as a multi-stemmed bushmulching.bar a single trunk tree, it can grow to 20’ tall or more, but is more often seen growing much shorter. The camellia-like, cup-shaped, 5-petaled, sweetly-fragrant, white flowers (to 3” diameter) bloom in late summer to early fall.