• Current size: 6"
  • Mature size: 6-10' high and wide
  • Light: Full sun to part shade
  • Soil: Moist, well-drained.  Tolerant of wet
  • Blooms: White with yellow stamens, April to June
  • Landscape: Butterfly, pollinator, native plant garden
  • Native range here
  • More photos and information here

American snowbell

1 Quart
  • Pollinator value: Medium

    Larval host of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail and Promethea Silkmoth.  Attracts native bees.

    Profuse and beautiful bell-shaped, fragrant white flowers blooming in the  spring and summer.

    Wide, open crown with nice branching structure.  Great small tree for a moist, well-drained garden in full sun to partial shade.  Enjoys airy, openness.