Seven Sons Tree (Heptacodium miconioides) is a late summer bloomer that is desirable to both bees and gardeners. Flowers are fragrant and typically found in small clusters of 7, which gives us the common name. After the white flowers fade, a berry forms surround by deep red calyces that last late into the fall. This tree also has attractive tender looking curled green leaves and exfoliating grayish bark. Typically multiple trunks will sprout, but they can be pruned back to a single trunk allowing the tree to reach 15-20 feet tall. These delicate looking trees are actually fairly hardy and can survive in a variety of garden conditions, however they do best in full sun with moderate soil moisture. New plants can sometimes found in nurseries, or propagated by seeds or cuttings.