Styrax americanus (American Snowbell Tree) - A fascinating shrub or very small tree native to the south-eastern United States with masses of dainty, white, bell-shaped flowers which hang from the branches in early summer. The flowers of Styrax americanus are similar in appearance to the flowers of the more commonly seen Styrax japonica except that they have more narrow petals.
Shop by Color - Pinks - Confederate Rose Double Hibiscus Seeds, Hibiscus mutabilis either a Rose nor Confederate, this perennial (Hardy to zone 7) Hibiscus is a native of China, but performs wonderfully in the the southern US. Confederate Rose has 'mutant' blooms in the fall, meaning the blooms change color as they age. Starting off white, they change to a light pink then dark pink as the day goes on. You can, at times, have all three colors on your bush at once