Daphne HYB




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Daphne x whiteorum 'Kilmeston' smaller

Daphne x whiteorum 'Kilmeston' smaller

Robin White's fantastic hybrid between D. petraea grandiflora and D.jasminea (serious Daphne fanatics need read no further) with foliage that resembles jasminea and pink flowers that are produced over a very long period. Despite its elite parentage, it has proven and easy and vigorous plant both in troughs and in the open garden where it has wintered with no problem.
$19.00

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Daphne x whiteorum 'Kilmeston' larger

Daphne x whiteorum 'Kilmeston' larger

Robin White's fantastic hybrid between D. petraea grandiflora and D.jasminea (serious Daphne fanatics need read no further) with foliage that resembles jasminea and pink flowers that are produced over a very long period. Despite its elite parentage, it has proven and easy and vigorous plant both in troughs and in the open garden where it has wintered with no problem.
$24.00

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Daphne x whiteorum 'Beauworth'

Daphne x whiteorum 'Beauworth'

Jasminea x petraea grandiflora, foliage is darker green than kilmeston with sweetly scented pink flowers a bit larger than 'kilmeston', Robin white has introduced some fantastic plants and this is one of his finest efforts.
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Daphne x transatlantica 'Summer Ice'

Daphne x transatlantica 'Summer Ice'

A variegated version of Jim's Pride fantastic looking exceptionally free flowering it is confused in the nursery trade with other variegated caucasica forms, daphnes in general seem very prone to throwing variegated shoots.
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Daphne x thauma 'Reginald Farrer'

Daphne x thauma 'Reginald Farrer'

A naturally occurring hybrid between D. Petraea and D. striata found in the Cima Tombea in Italy and originally introduced by Farrer almost a century ago. It is beautiful but finicky, often refusing to flower well. Robin White reports it occasionally dropping all of its leaves without warning in late summer although it usually recovers from this, flowers are a soft light pink with deeper tubes in clusters of 5-8; when grown well in a trough it is incredible.
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Daphne x susannae 'Tichborne'

Daphne x susannae 'Tichborne'

Daphne xsusannae 'Tichborne' Same cross as 'Cheritan', a little more compact in growth, with lighter pink flowers.
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Daphne x susannae 'Cheritan'

Daphne x susannae 'Cheritan'

Daphne x susannae 'Cheritan' D. arbuscula x D. collina Notably dark rosey-purple flowers, glossy foliage, on a smallish plant reaching not much more than a foot tall.
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Daphne x rossetii

Daphne x rossetii

A naturally occurring hybrid between Daphne laureola philippii and D. cneorum found in the wild in the Pyrenees by M. Rosset of Correvon Nursery in 1927, and later re-collected and described by Halda. An interesting plant with a reputation for being shy flowering; flowers are green tinged pink and honey scented, moreover the foliage is excellent even when out of flower.
$24.00

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Daphne x napolitana 'Stasek'

Daphne x napolitana 'Stasek'

A Romanian cultivar introduced by Harry Jans 'Stasek' is an outstanding variegated form, his has been a good grower so far showing little suscepability to phytophora and a reblooming habit, the plant at the orner of or patio always catches visitors eyes.
$19.00

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Daphne x napolitana 'Meon'

Daphne x napolitana 'Meon'

A 1988 Robin white cross between cneorum 'Eximia' and collina this will eventually form a dome nearly a meter wide and 40cm high with abundant rose pink intensly fragrant flowers, it reblooms and has been an excellent grower, these came directly from robin and we highly recommend it.
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