The winter daphne has yellow-margined leaves and blush-pink flower buds that open to fragrant white flowers bloom in winter into early spring. The mounding 'Marginata' cultivar is beautiful in the winter landscape. Daphne odora is evergreen and shade loving. Native to China and Japan.
Size at maturity:
3-4' Tall and Wide.
Fragrant pinkish white flower in early spring.
This beautiful little evergreen shrub is perfect for a mixed border, shady foundation, hedge, and variegated color in the landscape. The highly fragrant flowers are pleasing to have at entrances. They are also deer resistant, easy to care for and drought tolerant.
Daphnes need to grow in fertile, humus-rich, slightly acidic soil. They prefer full sun or partial shade. Choose a spot with good drainage but not completely dry. Avoid transplanting and pruning. Does well under trees.
Compact little evergreen shrub or groundcover. Semi-evergreen. Dark green leaves. Full sun.
Size at Maturity:
Moderate grower to 1-2' tall and spreads up to 5' wide.
Little white flower in summer.
The best feature of this plant is the bright red berries in the fall and persisting until winter. Best used as a barrier, border, ground cover, erosion control, espalier, firescaping, hedge, mass planting, rock and wildlife gardens.
Grows easily in average, well-drained soils. Adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions, but does not do well in hot, humid climates. Water deeply, regularly during first growing season to establish an extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. Apply fertilizer in early spring. For a tidy appearance, prune annually to shape.Pruning time: summer after flowering.
Beautiful evergreen groundcover. Glossy green, fine textured leaves. Mounding/Spreading habit. Full sun.
Size at Maturity:
Fast grower to 1-2' tall reaching 6' wide.
Tiny white blooms in late spring giving way to bright red berries in fall.
Stunning ground cover that quickly becomes a tight mat that produces beautiful red berries in fall and winter. Perfect for borders, coastal and urban gardens, erosion control, firescaping, ground cover, rock and wildlife gardens.
Grows easily in average to poor, well-drained soils. Space 4 to 5 ft. apart as groundcover; control weeds with mulch until plants fill in. Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. Apply fertilizer in early spring. May be pruned annually to shape. Pruning time: spring after flowering.