The Silverbell or Snowdrop Tree is one of North America's finest flowering horizontal branches, and yellow-green foliage are particularly effective against evergreens or with Rhododendrons planted beneath. Blooms small white bells dangle from the branches- in a vision of loveliness.
The abundant bell-shaped flowers are found on the previous year's wood. Likes a moist, acid soil of high organic content. Hardiness Zones: 5-8 Habit: Deciduous Growth Rate: Moderate
Site Requirements: Sun to partial shade; moist, well drained soil
Texture: Medium to coarse
Form: Rounded; open; irregular; low branches multistemmed.
Leaf: 2 to 5" alternate, simple leaves
Yellow fall color
Flower/Fruit: White, bell shaped flowers in April to early May;
1 to 1.5" fruit in fall
Comments: Native; similar culture to dogwood; not tolerant of difficult sites
|Height||20' - 30'|
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