Daphne x hendersonii




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Daphne x hendersonii

Daphne x hendersonii

The grex is Daphne petraea x Daphne cneorum, plants occur naturally in the wild in the region around Lake Garda. The original plant being discovered in the wild by Henderson in 1930, this clone is in all likelihood the one Chris Brickel collected in 1981 ______________ One of my absolutely favorite daphnes. x hendersonii boasts incredibly beautiful dark, glossy, evergreen foliage on compact plants that stay well under a foot tall, often less than 6 inches. It loads itself down with pink flowers in the spring, and then repeats the show usually two more times during the course of the summer. Fragrance is mild but very pleasant. Absolutely lovely every day of the year. Zone 5, at least.
$19.00

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Daphne x hendersonii 'Apple Blossom'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Apple Blossom'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Apple Blossom' A selection of this stellar hybrid with exceptionally large, pale pink flowers.
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Daphne x hendersonii 'Aymon Correvon'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Aymon Correvon'

Daphne xhendersonii 'Aymon Correvon' Most hendersoniis not fragrant enough? This notably very free flowering and fragrant selection is the one for you.
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Daphne x hendersonii 'Earnst Hauser'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Earnst Hauser'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Earnst Hauser' Perhaps my very favorite of this spectacularly beautiful group of daphnes, Earnst boasts strikingly dark foliage. Flower buds start out a dark, handsome purple red that open to a pale pink that contrasts marvelously with the holly-dark leaves. Excellent, consistent rebloom, on an upright plant that can be a foot or more tall.
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Daphne x hendersonii 'Fritz Kummert'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Fritz Kummert'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Fritz Kummert'(petraea x cneorum pygmaea) A nice, smaller hendersonii that is one of the earliest to bloom.
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Daphne x hendersonii 'Kath Dryden'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Kath Dryden'

Robin's 1997 cross of D. cneorum Velky Kosir and an early flowering petraea clone collected by Peter Erskin. He named the deepest colored seedling in honor of Kath who is a horticultural legend.
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Daphne x hendersonii 'Marion White'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Marion White'

A pure white form of this compact cross the reverse of Blackthorn Rose from Robin White who named it to honor his mother. it is truly spectacular but not as easy as some of the hendersonii types.
$24.00

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Daphne x hendersonii 'Rosebud'

Daphne x hendersonii 'Rosebud'

Margaret and Henry Taylor's 1991 introduction, Rosebud is bright reddish purple in bud opening to pale pink and fading to near white. Robin says it is finiky on it's own roots but it has been a good grower for us, doing far better on it's own roots than the graft we originally got from him.
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