Native to China and Japan – Perfect white bell-shape flowers with light fragrance nod gracefully along the branches in May. Dark green leaves about 2” long turn yellow before dropping in autumn. Decorative green fruit follows flowers into summer.
The overall shape is upright and pyramidal with horizontal side branches, making a nice canopy.
Grows 15-25’ tall and wide, sun-part shade, Zone 5. (Photo credit: Oregon State University)
Weeping form of Japanese Snowbell with white flowers and somewhat stiff branching creating a broad shrubby shape. Grows to 8-10’ tall and wide, sun-part shade, Zone 5.
Everything about ‘Emerald Pagoda’ is bigger than the species. Bigger white flowers, thicker stems, fatter leaves, faster more upright growth. Sadly it loses some of its grace in all of that beefiness, but we still like it.
Grows to 25-30’ tall and wide, sun-part shade, Zone 5.
Pale pink flowers in May and the same thick green leaves and graceful appearance of its species.
Grows to 15-25’ tall and wide, sun-part shade, Zone 5.
Intensely fragrant delicate white bell flowers in 4-8 inch chains (racemes) bloom in May-June. Dark green leaves are round and larger than those of Styrax japonicus, somewhat covering flowers. It contributes no real fall color, but the scent in spring makes up for it completely.
Grows 20-30’ tall, 15-20’ wide in a pyramid shape when young, broadening with age. Sun-part shade, Z6.
We carry a wide variety of trees year-round. These represent only a fraction of what you will find and are some of our favorites. Note: Viewing a Native Plant will take you into our Native Plant section.