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Halesia tetraptera
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Halesia tetraptera

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Halesia tetraptera

Halesia

Halesia tetraptera full sun  partial shade

Ringing in spring, clusters of snow white ½ to 1 inch bells hang all along deciduous Halesia’s graceful branches. The finely serrated, oval leaves provide a flash of yellow in autumn, and the four-winged, brown fruit adds winter interest. With its rounded form, Halesia is a fine choice for understory shrubs like Hydrangea ‘White Dome’ and Fothergilla ‘Mt. Airy’.

Flourishing in cool, adequately moist, humus-rich soil, we like to position it to be viewed from below.

Grows to 12’ high in 15 yrs. Medium Band.

Blooms May.

Size: 12' 0"–40' 0" high x 15' 0"–30' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.

Halesia tetraptera (T-0238)
Each $18.25
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