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(Daphne)

A small, open, upright oval silhouette describes the Fragrant Cloud daphne. It produces larger and more flowers with more intense, intoxicating fragrance compared to the regular acutiloba daphne species. This evergreen shrub is native to the highland forests of western and central China. This cultivar was selected by botanist and plant collector Martyn Rix during a journey to China.

The long, lance-shaped leaves are an attractive glossy emerald green. The leaves' color contrasts the striking...

(Himalayan Daphne, Jacqueline Postill Daphne)

In its native eastern Himalayas, people used this species's bark to make paper. To the modern gardener, the Jacqueline Postill daphne supplies an upright-growing silhouette in the garden and very fragrant violet-pink and white flowers. Native to the mid-elevations of the eastern Himalayas in Nepal and western China, this shrub is usually evergreen or nearly so. The branching habit is open and airy. This cultivar was selected as a seedling by Alan Postill of Hillier Nurseries in the United Kingdom...

Image of Daphne cneorum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Daphne, Garland Flower, Rose Daphne)

Garland flower is a trailing evergreen plant from the mountains of central and southern Europe. In late spring and sporadically in summer, it bears beautiful clusters of fragrant rose-pink flowers. Its rambling branches have narrow dark green leaves.

Rose daphne should be planted in well-drained soil and mulching will help keep it evenly moist. In warmer regions provide it with some shade. Prune lightly after flowering to avoid a ragged appearance in winter and sprinkle peat and sand on top of...

(Garland Flower, Rose Daphne, Ruby Glow Daphne)

Garland flower is a low trailing evergreen shrub from the mountains of central and southern Europe. In late spring, 'Ruby Glow' bears beautiful clusters of very fragrant pinkish-red flowers. It sometimes reblooms sparsely. Its rambling branches have narrow dark green leaves.

Rose daphne should be planted in full to partial sun and cool, well-drained, humus rich soil. It is often slow to establish. Prune lightly after flowering to avoid a ragged appearance in winter. It makes a nice patio or rock...

Image of Daphne cneorum var. pygmaea photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Dwarf Rose Daphne, Rose Daphne)

Dwarf rose daphne is a very compact, low trailing evergreen shrub from the Alps of Southeast France and Northeast Italy. In early spring this tiny gem bears beautiful clusters of very fragrant soft pink flowers. It sometimes reblooms sparsely. Its rambling branches have small, narrow dark green leaves.

Rose daphne should be planted in full to partial sun and cool, well-drained, humus rich soil. It is often slow to establish. Prune lightly after flowering to avoid a ragged appearance in winter....

Image of Daphne mezereum

Jesse Saylor

(February Daphne)

While the name white-flowering February daphne assumes a timely flowering display in midwinter, don't be surprised if the blossoms are delay until spring in cold-winter regions. This deciduous daphne bears ivory flowers much earlier compared to most other daphne shrubs commonly grown in temperate gardens. Native to Europe eastward into Siberia, the February daphne develops an upright oval silhouette with many open, rather leggy branches. Selection 'Alba' grows more vigorously than the pink-flowering...

Image of Daphne odora photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Fragrant Daphne, Winter Daphne)

Winter daphne is an intensely perfumed plant that comes from China and Japan. Blooming in the winter with clusters of deep rose-pink flowers makes this plant a prize for the warm temperate garden. Flowers are followed by pretty red fruits that contrast against the glossed leathery dark green leaves.

Unfortunately, this shrub is short-lived and demanding in its culture. Winter daphne requires extremely well-drained but moist neutral soils, so careful watering and mulching is important. It also...

Image of Daphne odora

James Burghardt

(Fragrant Daphne, White Fragrant Daphne)

Winter daphne is an intensely perfumed plant that comes from China and Japan. Blooming in the winter with clusters of deep rose-pink flowers makes this plant a prize for the warm temperate garden. Flowers are followed by pretty red fruits that contrast against the glossed leathery dark green leaves.

Unfortunately, this shrub is short-lived and demanding in its culture. Winter daphne requires extremely well-drained but moist neutral soils, so careful watering and mulching is important. It also...

Image of Daphne odora

James H. Schutte

(Fragrant Daphne, Variegated Winter Daphne, Winter Daphne)

Variegated winter daphne is an intensely perfumed plant that comes from China and Japan. 'Aureomarginata' ('Marginata') displays attractive glossy, leathery leaves with a variable-width edge of yellow. Blooming in the winter with clusters of red-purple flowers, they are followed by pretty red fruits.

Unfortunately, this shrub is short-lived and demanding in its culture. Winter daphne requires extremely well-drained but moist neutral soils, so careful watering and mulching is important. 'Aureomarginata'...

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PlantHaven

(Fragrant Daphne, Rebecca Daphne)

Winter daphne is an intensely perfumed plant that comes from China and Japan. Blooming in the winter with clusters of deep rose-pink flowers makes this plant a prize for the warm temperate garden. Flowers are followed by pretty red fruits that contrast against the glossed leathery dark green leaves.

Unfortunately, this shrub is short-lived and demanding in its culture. Winter daphne requires extremely well-drained but moist neutral soils, so careful watering and mulching is important. It also...