We probably get more interest in this plant than any other in the garden. It sits on the side of a hill, along a path, above a bank of daylilies, amidst other trees and shrubs, but there's no mistaking it's there. It is sort of like a white cloud, very airy and light. It has a neighbor, an identical tree except with green and gold variegation, but that one is hardly noticed. Today the honey scented flowers are just starting to open and the small bees are all over it. The tree is literally humming. It was rather fast growing and ours at about 10 years old is probably 10 - 12 feet tall and multi-trunked. Ferns seem to grow quite happily underneath in its shade. If there is a drawback, it would be that it is a grafted tree and the understock has a tendency to send out suckers. They are easy to remove, though thorny, and it if were in a lawn, you could easily mow around it and solve the suckering problem that way. It is hard to find as the graft is apparently hard to make and pricey when you do find it. Give it full sun and good drainage and it will pretty much take care of itself.