||Also known as Button Willow or Honey Bells. Mature height 5 to 12 feet; spread of 5 to 8 feet. Fragrant, creamy white flowers in July and August that look like powder puffs. Nutlet type fruits follow, hang on well into winter. Leaves are bright, glossy green, 3 to 6 inches long. Native to eastern United States. Definitely a wetland shrub.Thrives in wet, swampy conditions, low-lying areas, around bogs and ponds.
Height: 5-12 Feet
Spread: 5-8 Feet