Staphylea are deciduous, hardy shrubs or small trees. They bear hanging clusters of bell-shaped or cup-shaped, white, cream or pink flowers, which are followed by greenish-white 4″ bladder-like, two- or three-lobed fruit. ‘Rosea’ is an upright shrub, or small, spreading tree, with clusters of pink bell-shaped flowers that appear in Spring before the leaves. The leaves are bronzey colour when they first open, and turn to blue-green. The greenish-white bladder-like fruit that follow the flowers are about 5 cms. long

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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