Daphne Marginata. One vendor has this plant for sale. 1 reviews — write a review.
The most fragrant of all the daphnes. This species and its cultivars have the most powerful fragrance. Green foliage with narrow, yellow margins.
Sun, But Best In Partial Shade.
Variety 'aureomarginata rosea' item form: Adaptable to many soil types, but needs good drainage. Trade gallon (3qt) item # 27400.
Root Rots Associated With Soggy And Poorly Draining Soil Are Often The End Of Daphne Plants.
The cultivar ‘marginata’ has yellow bands around the glossy leaves. You must plant this where its amazing perfume can be enjoyed! In addition, plant daphne in slightly.
Daphne, Fragrant Daphne, Variegated Winter Daphne 'Marginata' Daphne Odora.
Daphne requires perfect drainage, so in pots, you will need to use a good quality potting mix that drains freely. Leaves edged with a narrow band of yellow or white. Learn how to keep it growing strong.
Foliage Is Shiny Green, Simple, And Attractive.
An evergreen mound forming shrub to 4ft x 4ft after 15 years with slight variegation to the leaves. The most fragrant of all the daphnes. Long used as a northwest evergreen shrub, variegated winter daphne is often called fragrant daphne for the wonderful sweet scent that the flowers exude from march through may.
Even If You Never Saw It, It’s The Smells You Grow It For.
Grows well in auburn, citrus heights, elk grove, folsom, rocklin, roseville and sacramento. Locate against a wall or near a patio or deck where its fragrance can be appreciated. 1 reviews — write a review.