“Yellow Bells is a beautiful tree native to the American continent.
It can grow to 25 feet in height and its flowers are sunshine yellow shaped like a trumpet.
The leaves and roots of the plant contain bioactive compounds that may have medicinal uses. Unlike most flowering plants, honey bees are attracted to it but the honey produced from its flowers is harmful to humans.
Also known as Yellow Elder, it is the official flower of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where its joyful yellow blossoms have long been appreciated for their contribution to tropical color.”