A intergeneric cross hybrid between our native Calycanthus floridus and Sinocalycanthus chinensis, ‘Hartlage Wine’ was developed at the JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University and named after student Richard Hartlage. It is adored for its stunning, magnolia-like, wine-red flowers which bloom in late spring to early summer, often repeating in summer. Its lush, broad elliptic, emerald green leaves are attractive just on their own and turn to a buttery yellow in fall. A fast grower, Hartlage Wine forms an impressive shrub to 10 feet tall and wide so make sure to leave space for it to grow. Get all the details below!