Unless you live somewhere quite warm, you will need to treat this plant as an annual or install it in a container and move it indoors after summer. The snow bush plant can live in full to partial sun, but the best color is achieved in a bright location.
Soil should be consistently moist and not allowed to dry out. The bush is tolerant of any soil, including sand, but it must be kept watered. Salt air or saline soil will harm the plant. When your snow bush is young, pinch the end stems to promote a denser form. You can propagate it by sucker division or cuttings. Root softwood cuttings in summer, and use bottom heat to promote rooting.
Local delivery or pickup only