A small tree or large shrub reaching about 25 ft. tall at maturity, this tree is good for streets. The name is derived from the pink clusters of flowers that sit atop the leaves like puffs of smoke. This variety has medium green leaves that turn orange-red to yellow in the fall. The variety Royal Purple has maroon leaves that change to dark purple in fall when planted in full sun. Grow in well-drained soil, full sun to partial shade and water deeply once every 7-10 days. This deciduous tree is not temperature sensitive or disease prone and does not need protection.