Truly a winter wonder, 'Fragrant Snow' is a very rare Japanese Flowering Apricot cultivar adored for her spectacular and abundant display of highly fragrant, showy double white blossoms that nearly cover the naked stems in mid winter. The tree in our Zone 8a gardens blooms in January. A site to behold when little to nothing else is blooming in the gardens! Our tree is maybe 15 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet wide after 10 years and might reach 20 feet or so at maturity. One of those rare beauties to delight the senses that deserves a spot in every garden where it will grow. USDA Zones 6a to 9b. This magnificent tree is a larval host plant to the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly. You may see three flights from February through November in the deep South and two flights from May to September in the north. Get all the details below!