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Marley's Pink Parasol Japanese Snowbell

Styrax japonicas5 'JLWeeping'
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The Marley's Pink Parasol Japanese Snowbell is a dwarf, weeping tree that adds a graceful and soft touch to your landscape plan! This rare beauty is exceptional and hard to find. You will not find this unique Snowbell tree in your neighbor's yard! And it even has an amazing cotton candy scent!

Pale pink bell-shaped flowers dance down a waterfall of green foliage and lovely flowing branches. We are just swooning over this magical little treasure. The Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbell is even beautiful in winter with its cascading branches and pretty parasol habit. The leaves transform to a bright and cheery lemon yellow in fall. At a mere 8-10 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide at maturity this compact tree fits just about anywhere and can even be grown in containers!

The Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbell tree brings beauty and grace to your yard and garden. It is a gorgeous centerpiece for your landscape display! This dwarf, weeping tree adds a soft, feminine touch to your cottage, fairy, or zen garden. Plan your flower bed around this little gem. Grow your Snowbell in a container on your patio or deck to enjoy this peaceful retreat close up. You will love inhaling the light sweet cotton candy scent when your Marley's Pink Parasol is flowering in May and June!

The Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbell is low maintenance and pest and disease resistant. It grows in full sun to part shade and enjoys moist, well-drained soil. Feed you tree with our slow release fertilizer when planting and in early spring for best results. This tree will benefit from a layer of mulch.

Let this breath taking tree turn your garden into a fairy tale! Order yours today.

Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable, Well-drained
Sunlight Full Sun, Part Shade, Part Sun
Drought Tolerance Semi
Mature Height 6-8 Feet
Mature Width 4-5 Feet
Bloom Color Pink

How to Care

When planting your Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbell be sure you have the right location and conditions for your new tree to thrive. Spring and fall are ideal times to plant. However, if you avoid freezing and hot temperatures you can plant almost any time of the year.

This tree enjoys full sun to part shade and well-drained, moist soil. Water your new Snowbell deeply about twice a week for the first couple months. Water as needed thereafter to keep the soil from drying out. Add a layer of 2 to 3 inches of mulch around the base of the tree about the size of the tree canopy. Do not allow the mulch to touch the trunk as this increases the chances of pests and disease. Feed with our slow release fertilizer in early spring and when planting to give your tree a boost. There is no need to prune this tree.

The best way to prevent disease and pests is by providing the appropriate care for your plants. Proper location choice, watering and fertilization are the keys to your success. Marley's Pink Parasol is pest and disease resistant.

Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable, Well-drained
Sunlight Full Sun, Part Shade, Part Sun
Drought Tolerance Semi
Mature Height 6-8 Feet
Mature Width 4-5 Feet
Bloom Color Pink

Landscape Ideas

The Marley's Pink Japanese Snowbell tree brings beauty and grace to you yard and garden.  It is a gorgeous centerpiece for your landscape display! This dwarf, weeping tree adds a soft, feminine touch to your cottage, rock, or zen garden.  Grow in a container on your patio or deck to enjoy this peaceful retreat close up.

Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable, Well-drained
Sunlight Full Sun, Part Shade, Part Sun
Drought Tolerance Semi
Mature Height 6-8 Feet
Mature Width 4-5 Feet
Bloom Color Pink

Shipping Details

We plan each shipment to avoid your plants sitting in transit over the weekend during the summer months. This means your order may be held until the following Monday to ensure the shortest delivery time. We guarantee that your plants arrive at the highest quality possible.

Please see the below transit map that specifies an average amount of days after your order has shipped.

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JK
06/25/2018
Judi K.
Lexington, KY

Follow-up to "It's a little early to tell..."

Well, our two trees didn't make it. I really feel like we did due diligence in ensuring their survival with proper planting, but by June 1 it was clear the trees decided otherwise, so sadly, I had to send a photo of the bare limbed trees to ThePlantingTree in hopes of invoking their warranty. ThePlantingTree was very good about responding promptly, and while this tree is not in stock (and I'm on a waiting list for when they get more) they issued me full credit with no expiration date. ThePlantingTree is easy to deal with, and I look forward to when these trees are back in stock and we can try again with hopefully better luck.

DT
04/26/2018
Deborah Tibbetts

Japanese snowbell tree

Arrived quickly packed so tree had no damage. Since it is dormant, we'll see what happens.

AL
04/21/2018
Angela L.
United States

Hope it survives

I received my tree and was very disappointed with the way it looked. It looked dead. I called and I was told to give the tree till June 1 and if I am not satisfied to take a picture and send it to them I hope this tree survives...

TM
04/20/2018
Theresa M.
United States

love my tree!

The tree arrived so beautifully packed. We have had trees sent in the past and more often than not they are damaged. Great care taken to prevent damage was apparent. Well done and waiting expectantly for new growth!!

JK
03/29/2018
Judi K.
United States

It's a little early to tell, but...

I was very pleased with the speed with which my two trees were delivered, the protective packaging they came in, and the apparent overall health of the specimens. I have yet to plant them and therefore can't fully comment on viability, but based on my experience so far I expect them to do just fine.

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