Home >> Alpines & Plants >> Daphne >>

Daphne general information -

We generally supply small, two year old, young plants, in 9cm pots (unless otherwise stated) that will grow away strongly through the year. The following plants should ideally be planted between March and September. The alpine Daphne must be given a well drained soil in good light with good ventillation but probably best not over exposed to cold winter winds. However we have some fine examples at the nursery that would even contradict that statement. The "woodland" Daphne are ultimately quite large shrubs and generally require space to grow, in a well drained though slightly moisture retentive neutral to acid soil, light shade or reduced light levels (say north facing).

Plant Name & Description Picture Price & Buy Now

Daphne retusa

A very hardy, erect evergreen shrub from China with shiny dark green foliage and terminal clusters of fragrant white flowers tinted pink with purplish-rose reverse during March to May, followed by red berries in autumn. One year old plants in 9cm pots.

UK - dispatched all year round.

Daphne retusa

£6.00 each


Daphne tangutica

Few only. A profusion of fragrant white, pink-flushed, purple backed flowers from March to mid June, and then often again in autumn. Later large, deep red berries in autumn attract many birds to feed. An excellent erect, evergreen shrub with dark glossy green leaves.

UK - dispatched all year round.

Daphne tangutica

£6.00 each


Total Products: 2