Arnold Pink Carolina Silverbell (Halesia carolina ‘Arnold Pink’)

Arnold Pink Carolina Silverbell

  • Clusters of Light Pink Bell-Shaped Flowers
  • Pest Resistant
  • Full Sun/ Partial Shade
  • Exfoliating Bark
  • Well-Drained and Moist Soils

The Arnold Pink Carolina Silverbell (Halesia carolina ‘Arnold Pink’) is a classic North Carolina native tree that would make an easy addition to any landscape. Its clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers dangle from every branch displaying a magical picture in any setting.

This silverbell’s pastel pink blossoms bloom in the spring and might be partially hidden by its foliage making the best view of them under the branches. Pruning when needed is very important for keeping this tree in tip-top shape!

This tree has a low branch habit which makes for a great yard tree. Sitting under this tree in its shade drinking lemonade in the summer is a vacation right in your backyard!

Though this tree would make a great yard tree, it could polish up a deck or patio! It would also make a ravishing addition to a woodland garden!

The Arnold Pink’s blossoms are breathtaking, but this tree has another trick up its trunk. It has exfoliating bark, which is bark that peels away from the trunk and falls to the ground. This actually makes them more resistant to pests!

This breathtaking tree prefers sunbathing and moist, well-drained soil. It is not drought tolerant and enjoys lots of water, but it will die in standing water.

You can’t go wrong with this silverbell! With this tree, the possibilities are endless! There’s no need to wait! Get yours today to pull your landscape together!

Arnold Pink Carolina Silverbell (Halesia carolina ‘Arnold Pink’) Details

Common name Arnold Pink Carolina Silverbell
Botanical name Halesia carolina 'Arnold Pink'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 5-8
Growth rate Medium
Height 25 - 30 ft.
Width 18 - 20 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time After Flowering
Flower color Pink