White Daphne Odora. Although daphne odora plant is a wonderful shrub for borders or foundation plantings, it is most often grown as a fine. Both pink and white flowering varieties are available, and this is regarded as the best winter flowering shrub of all.
Constantly soggy or wet soil is problematic. Approx 1m high by 1.5m wide To 1.5m (5ft) medium shrub.
Pink And White Fragrant Early Spring Flowers Attracted About 20 Branches And Blooms.
Cold weather damage to evergreen plants. Fruit red and spherical, but uncommon on cultivated specimens. Great in a cottage garden.
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Individual flowers are purple, pink, or white and occur in clusters of about 2 inches (5 cm) across. Prefers full sun to part shade. Its rosy/pink buds open to reveal splendid, waxy, white to pink to purple flowers that have a wonderful fragrance.
They Can Be Ordered Through Your Local Nursery.
Therefore, when planting a winter daphne in a container or pot, we suggest using a quality potting soil or potting mix, or a 50/50 combination thereof make sure the container has a drainage hole(s). For good growth on your daphne, add a sprinkle of gypsum to the potting mix. Humus rich, open, even gritty, acid soil that is well aereated.
It Has Attractive Dark Green Foliage Edged In White.
They grow well in the garden and can also be grown in pots. Although daphne odora plant is a wonderful shrub for borders or foundation plantings, it is most often grown as a fine. Locate against a wall or near a patio or deck where its fragrance can be appreciated.
Constantly Soggy Or Wet Soil Is Problematic.
Approx 1m high by 1.5m wide Keep head shaped in a ball by pruning when picking the flowers. White winter daphne has fragrant white tubular flowers along the branches from late winter to early spring.