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By Chloris


This tiny daphne was planted outside an alpine house in a raised bed. There was no label in evidence, so perhaps someone can give us a clue?

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When we first moved here Chloris, the garden centre on the main road had a wonderful clump of a miniture daphne & like this one, no name. It became a quest at one time to find it.

10 Apr, 2009


Could it be Daphne Arbuscula?

30 Apr, 2009


Thanks for the suggestion Motinot, I shall look this up 'cos it would be good to know what it is.

1 May, 2009


That looks like Daphne x susannae (aka Daphne x medfordensis) and I'm guessing the cultivar is 'Tichborne' based on the compact habit. The hybrid is a cross of D. arbuscula and D. collina. It's a very beautiful plant you have there!

15 Nov, 2010


Thanks for your info Rkwright, I agree its a beauty but unfortunately not mine!
This was photographed at RHS Wisley Gardens last year, lucky them....

15 Nov, 2010

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