Halesia diptera, Two-wing silverbell
Halesia diptera, Two-wing silverbell
Halesia diptera, Two-wing silverbell
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Halesia diptera Ellis, Two-wing Silverbell
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Halesia diptera, Two-wing Silverbell, is a
deciduous tree prized for its white flowers in
the spring.
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Typically, Two-wing Silverbell trees only
reach 15 feet tall at maturity.  They have an
intermediate shade tolerance and often grow
in the forest understory in dappled sunlight.
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Healthy foliage of Halesia diptera is dark
yellowish green, like the ones pictured in
the back and turn more yellow in the fall.
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