A deciduous shrub, Exochorda serratifolia 'Snow White' is grown for its large, pure white flowers, which burst from rounded buds in spring, smothering the bush. The buds resemble pearls, giving rise to its more common name of the Pearl Bush.
A native of Korea, 'Snow White' is unaffected by spring frosts so keeps its pearlescent blooms through early spring making a truly remarkable spectacle in the spring.
Happy in sun or dappled shade in any well-drained soil, Exochorda is relatively compact, only reaching around 4m x 3m in 10 years, so is ideal for small gardens, and can easily be pruned to further reduce its size.
Easy to grow and maintain, once established plants are drought tolerant, making them ideal for modern gardens and for gardeners concerned with climate change.
Supplied as an established plant, 40-50cm tall, including 3L pot.
Planting Advice for Exochorda serratifolia 'Snow White'
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Pruning Advice for Exochorda Snow White bush