Deutzia

(D=deciduous leaf-losing)

Deutzias are free-flowering in midsummer and easy to grow. They must be planted in sheltered positions to guard them from late frosts. Plant from October to February.

Deutzia magnified, 6 or 7 ft., a profusion of double white flowers.

Deutzia

Deutzia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

D.  Mont Rose, 6 ft., rosy-pink flowers.

D.  scabra, 10 ft., clusters of single white flowers. This specimen and its varieties are charming shrubs, free-flowering in midsummer and easy to grow.

D.s. Codsall Pink, double rosy-purple flowers.

D.s. Pride of Rochester, double white flowers, the backs of the petals being rose-flushed.

11. October 2012 by Dave Pinkney
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