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Staphylea trifolia (Bladdernut)

Staphylea trifolia (Bladdernut)
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One of the first flowers you may notice in spring could be a cluster of white bell flowers on Bladdernut.  The flowers form interesting bladder pods that persist through summer.  This is a woodland species that forms thickets from rhizomes.  Bladdernut likes rich, acidic soils.

Dormant bare root plants ship each year during optimal transplanting season: Fall (October) or Spring (April/May).


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Catalog Number STA02T
Seeds / Packet 30
Seeds / Ounce 425
Germination Code F
Wetland Code FAC
USDA Zones 3-8
Plant Spacing 10-15'
Bare Root Tree Age/Ht 1 yr; approx. 16” of top growth
Sun Exposure Part Shade  Shade 
Soil Moisture Mesic (Medium) 
Height to 20 feet 
Bloom Color White 
Bloom Time April  May 
Plant Type Trees & Shrubs 
Availability Seeds 
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*This map shows the native and adventive distribution of this species. Look for updated BONAP maps on our website Spring 2016, which will distinguish between the native and adventive range. In the meantime, visit BONAP.org for the most updated maps. **Given appropriate habitat and climate, native plants can be grown outside their range.
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