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Silverbell tree Overview
A small genus of deciduous shrubs and small trees in the Styracaceae family native to Eastern Asia and Eastern North America with 4 accepted species. Commonly known as silverbell, they are cultivated for their clusters of delicate pendulous bell-shaped flowers in white or pink followed by distinctive winged seeds. They prefer a shady position in acid soil, perfect for woodland planting.
How to propagate Silverbell tree
Softwood cuttings in summer.
Seed in autumn.
Other uses of Silverbell tree
Grown for their showy, pendant, bell-shaped flowers and curious winged fruits.