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Chinese Snowball Tree


 
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The Chinese Flowering Snowball Tree is named for the large round clusters of white flowers. The flowers around the edges of the Snowball Tree are infertile and serve only to attract insects to the center flowers. Chinese Snowball Tree blooms are long lasting and are sometimes used in weddings. These white Flowering Chinese trees begin blooming in March and continue until fall.

• The bloom mass can sometimes exceed twelve inches. The 12ft. Flowering Chinese tree blooms longer than any other that TyTy has experienced over the years. The snow white flowers last, looking fresh for months. The flower of the Snowball Tree is pure white and each cluster of flowers lasts for many days.

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February 15, 2018
Reviewer: charlotte rose from high springs, FL United States  


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January 19, 2018
Reviewer: Monty Land from Salt Springs, FL United States  


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Japanese Snowball Tree June 20, 2017
Reviewer: Claudette Alexander from Madison, FL United States  
Received in good condition

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Nice leaves June 12, 2017
Reviewer: Jeff Wallace from Athens, OH United States  
Nice foilage. One is pretty crooked with a very low fork. More like a bush than a tree.

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Concern on damage to packing box June 14, 2016
Reviewer: Joyce Durham from Cottageville, WV United States  
No sign of life despite mulching and watering

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