Buttonbush, Button-willow, Honey Bells
Form and Growth Characteristics: Plant Type - ShrubGrowth Rate - Mature Height - 3-6', occasionally higher in southern areasMature Width - Longevity -
Ornamental Characteristics: Flower - Creamy white, crowded in globular heads, without the projecting styles, 1-1.25" across, on peduncles in June, July, and August.Fruit - Rounded mass of nutlets persisting through winter.Leaf - Fall Color - Bark - Slightly pubescent or glabrous, weakly 4-sided, dirty gray brown to shining olive. 2-3 year old stems take on a reddish brown color.Other Features - Possible Use - Season Of Interest -
Culture and Care: Care Requirements - Adapted to moist situations, doesn't do well in dry areas.Native Habitat - New Brunswick to Florida, west to southern Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, southern New Mexico, Arisona and central California.Diseases and Insects - Strength - Weakness -Plants of this taxon:
Find Related Plants:- Other plants with the common name Buttonbush.- Other plants of the family Rubiaceae.- Other plants of the genus Cephalanthus.- Other plants of the species Cephalanthus occidentalis.