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