The Carolina Silverbell (Halesia Carolina) is a deciduous woodland tree native to the central and southern United States. It gets its name from the beautiful bell-shaped blossoms that hang from the branches in mid-spring. These blossoms, about 3/4 inch long, are usually pure white, but can also be pink. Whatever the color, they have a delicate beauty that no one will forget. grows at a medium rate, with a height of 30-40′ and a spread of 20-35′ at maturity. Clustered white bell-shaped flowers adorn this small native tree in late April to early May. Can be single or multi-trunked with low, ascending branching. Easily grown in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam, well-drained soil. May be grown as a large, multi-stemmed shrub or trained as single trunk tree.
Prefers full sun/partial shade
2-3 ft Burlap Wrap, 3-4 ft Burlap Wrap, 2-3 ft Bare-Root, 3-4 ft Bare-Root