The Unique Carolina Silver Bell Tree
Carolina Silver Bell, commonly known as Four - a winged Silver bell or simply Silver bell, belongs to the deciduous family of trees. This variety has the potential to reach a mature height of 30 feet and contains a width just as significant. The Silverbell tree flowers with a bell-shaped flower in May, then bearing a four-winged fruit that will slowly ripen by October.
Carolina Silver Bell Tree Is A Amazing Ornamental Tree
Grown as an ornamental type produces this edible fruit, which is pickled when it is unripe or eaten after it ripened. However hardy the tree, it may be susceptible to drought conditions as well as being prone to fertilizer burn. While growing at a more moderate rate, the Silverbell has been known to live as long as 100 years.
Carolina Silver Bell Specs:
Zones --- Hardiest in 5 but able to cultivate in 5 - 8.
Mature Height-- 30 feet at full maturity.
Mature Width-- 30 feet in Width by full maturity.
Sunlight --- Full sun.
Soil conditions-- Light sandy soil to medium loamy soils.
Botanical family name--Halesia Carolina