Rock Daphne Plant. Dig a circle around the daphne to prune its roots. I need to know just what kind of situation they need.
There are several varieties of daphne, and these are the most commonly grown and easily available: Fragrant, purple/mauve flower clusters bloom from spring thru fall once the plant is established. High and wide with narrow, thick glossy green leaves and masses of fragrant flowers in late winter.
The Plant Is A Nice Little Shrubby Thing Growing Only To 12”X12”.
Carol mackie (daphne x burkwoodii carol mackie) is a cultivar with white or pink blooms. Daphne plants are winter to late spring bloomers suited for usda zones 7 to 9. Daphne x burkwoodii has slimmer leaves and little starry flowers.
Plant The Cutting In A Pot Filled With A Damp Mix Of Six Parts Compost And One Part Perlite.
Small flowers are usually fragrant and come in white, pink, lavender, yellow or chartreuse. This daphne can manage a bit of shade and prefers having its root zone mulched. Dig a circle around the daphne to prune its roots.
Four Feet (1 M.) Tall With Narrow,.
Best in full sun location. If your soil is heavy clay, try a raised bed filled with plenty of garden compost and leaf mould. Grows only 4 tall, maybe 5, and up to 18 wide.
Plant Somewhat Reminiscent Of Evergreen Candytuft ( Iberis Sempervirens ).
Post a comment about this plant. They are especially popular plants in our central oregon gardens because of their fragrance, interesting leaf textures, attractive flowers and varying growth habits. They are noted for their scented flowers and often brightly coloured berries.
Native To (Or Naturalized In) Oregon:
Winter daphne is a very neat plant to 4 ft. Caucasia called daphne x burkwoodii. I can’t imagine that it faded out of fashion.