Japanese Snowbell has slightly fragrant flowers. It is a deciduous tree with a horizontal branching habit and rounded crown. It is known for its pendulous clusters of bell-shaped flowers blooming May through June. Olive grey drupes form after the flowers lasting into late autumn.
Height: 20′ – 30′
Width: 20′ – 30′
Exposure: Full sun. They will grow in partial shade but won’t produce as many flowers.
Fruit / Flower: Creamy white flower clusters. Drupes.
Fall Color: Insignificant.
Water: Medium moist well drained soil works best with an application of mulch.
Fertilizer: Use a general fertilizer like 10-10-10 once a year just before new growth, or apply a slow release fertilizer.
Pruning: Prune as needed..
Category: Trees – Japanese Snowbell near me – Styrax Japonicus