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Daphne x napolitana 'Stasek'


Daphne x napolitana 'Stasek'

I got two of these last year and this is the first time I've seen one flower. They've grown quite a bit since last year.



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Stasek? That is Polish name, do you know?

9 Apr, 2012

 

Very attractive leaves, especially the new growth.

9 Apr, 2012

 

Katarina- I have no idea, I read on one of the tags on the plant that it was from Romania. Not sure how accurate that information is. Wherever it came from, it's a very nice plant and relatively new. Doesn't seem to be a sensitive variety either. If you're ever interested in trying one of these it might be labeled as Daphne cneorum 'Stasek'.

I like the foliage too, the variegation isn't as bold as Carol Mackie but it does sort of remind me of a miniature version with pink flowers.

9 Apr, 2012

 

Hello, Robert. How sensitive are Daphne to frosts and how big does this one grow? Do you have your own experience with it?

9 Apr, 2012

 

It depends on the species and the time of year with frosts. The later flowering and growing daphnes might not harden off before fall frosts and daphnes that grow/flower early in the season can be damaged by a late spring frost. I have never had a daphne badly injured by frost and I have close to twenty of them. They are nowhere near as sensitive to frost as Hydrangea macrophylla.
This daphne will be under 30cm tall and 30-40cm wide. I've grown this variety for a few years, it's a very nice small variety daphne.

10 Apr, 2012



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