Fragrant late season blooms! White, waxy, Jasmine scented flower clusters open in early fall, then a second show begins as their sepal-like calyces expand and turn a deep rosy red in mid fall. The flowers are a good nectar source for butterflies. Forms a large upright shrub or multi-stemmed small tree with a showy floral display at a time when few other woody plants are in bloom. Very light cinnamon to tan exfoliating bark adds winter interest. Heptacodium miconioides, also known as Seven Son Flower, is a staff favorite for its fragrance, late season color, and the many butterflies it attracts.