Halesia


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Synonyms for Halesia

deciduous small trees or shrubs of China and eastern North America

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Halesia needs moist, lime-free soil and a sheltered, sunny spot.
Among its highlights are Prix de Pysche winner Hidalguia, by Barathea out of the Chief's Crown mare Halesia.
That's the only way I can explain why we don't grow more of the American native Halesia, which hit the shores of England decades before those rumors that we were using harbors to steep our tea.
Joining her is a half-sister to Group 3 winner Hidalguia out of Prix de Royallieu winner Halesia, whose dam Hurry Harriet defeated Allez France in the 1973 Champion Stakes (55).
Reid (1915) and other fruit remains were later determined to be Halesia (Styracaceae) (Kirchheimer, 1957; Tralau, 1965; Geissert & Gregor, 1981).
humilis, 1991 55 38 46 105 SILKTASSEL Wavyleaf, Garrya elliptica, 1972 28 29 22 63 Wright, Garrya wrightii, 1997 28 22 22 56 SILKTREE Mimosa, Albizia julibrissin, 1997 [delta] 179 56 74 254 SILVERBELL Carolina, Halesia carolina, 1995 [*] 151 104 40 265 Carolina, Halesia carolina, 1995 [*] 152 103 45 266 Caralina, Halesia carolina, 1995 [*] 155 96 39 261 Little, Halesia parviflora, 1993 [+] 11 23 15 37 Two-wing, Halesia diptera, 1988 114 42 40 166 ROYALPALM Florida, Roystonea elata, 1995 Near Capeland, Ha.
Halesia carolina I DON'T often come across the snowbell tree, but when I do, I think it should be planted more often.