Common Name: American Snowbell
Habit: Shrub, Tree
Light: Part Shade (2-5 hrs. direct sun)
Water Needs: Wet, Moist
Height: 5-8′
Flower: White, May, Jun
Fruit: Small white berries that contain one seed.
Fall Color: No
Natural Habitat: Woodland Edge, Bottomland Deciduous Forest, Floodplain, Marsh, Riparian

SKU: sty_ame_000 Categories:
Styrax americanus also known as the American Snowbell is an upright, rounded shrub with slender branches and opposite leaves. Covered in white, bell-shaped flowers with reflexed petals in spring. Bark is gray to reddish-brown. Naturally occurring in moist, acidic soil, this plant will do well on stream banks and in riparian areas.

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