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HALESIA(SILVERBELL TREE)Family: STYRACACEAE
Attractive deciduous small trees native to North America with alternate, toothed leaves. Hanging clusters of delicate, pendulous flowers in spring. Best in deep, slightly acidic soil.

HALESIA tetraptera (caroliniana)Late Spring1759
Carolina Silverbell9-12m  Zone: 4
A wonderful North American native, growing as an understory tree on wooded slopes and along streambanks from West Virginia and south. Low-branched, with a broad, rounded crown. Bark is ridged and furrowed, gray to brown or black. Flowers are white, sometimes pale pink and bell shaped, flowering on year-old wood in pendulous clusters. They appear in early spring, before or with the leaves. Prefers an acid soil.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required.
7 Huge seeds  $4.25   

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