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.
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 18 September, 2016.