Radermachera sinica is an evergreen, flowering non-edible ornamental houseplant. It is a long-lived evergreen tree 10-30 m in height, dwarf varieties up to 3 m tall. The leaves are bright green, glossy, bipinnate or sometimes tripinnate, 20-70 cm long and 15-25 cm broad, the individual leaflets are 4-7 cm long. Its blooms are white with five rounded and crinkly petals, trumpet-shaped, fragrant, produced in clusters at the ends of the branches and individual blossoms are 6-8 cm long. The fruit resembles a long, snake-like, angular, slender bean (up to 85 cm long and 1 cm in diameter) which is produced in clusters at the ends of the branches. The fruits split to release the elliptical, winged seeds which are about 2 cm long by 5 mm wide. It is a very good non- poisonous houseplant.