Daphne plants, also called winter daphne or fragrant daphne, are short-lived evergreen shrubs that grow in USDA hardiness zones 7-9. Plants Growing winter daphne sports fragrant blossoms in late winter for those gardeners who've learned how to get winter daphnes to bloom. The right care for winter daphne encourages the fragrant blooms, as does growing winter daphne in the right spot. Botanically called Daphne odora, pink buds emerge in February to March, becoming clusters of fragrant, tubular blooms. The shrub reaches no more than 4 feet in height and usually grows to just 3 feet high and the same in width. Lightly branched, the form of growing winter daphne is open and airy. Foliage is shiny green, simple and attractive. The cultivar 'Marginata' has yellow bands around the glossy leaves.
Trachelospermum jasminoides variegated "Star Jasmine", also known as Jasmine tricolour. This plant has a beautiful mixture of leaf colours ranging from green to pink and white. You can hedge it, cover a wall with it, use as a ground cover, let it ramble down an embankment. Super versatile, is hardy, has a beautiful scented white star-like flowers. What more could you want?
Pop one under the bedroom window for amazing early morning scent. The variegated jasmine is one of the most versatile pretty plants around.
Beautifully grown and mature in size with developed roots and guaranteed sun hardened. These plants can be inserted straight into your planters and make an excellent indoor plant for your abode.
We carefully package your plants into a custom size box to ensure safe transport and a healthy plant delivered to your door.
Please take care when choosing your plants. Some plants are poisonous and individuals may be more sensitive or react differently
The camellia 'Taylor's Perfection' produces large, semi-double, light-pink flowers from early winter into spring. This large, rounded, broadleaf evergreen shrub has upright, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, medium-green leaves. Camellias prosper in partial shade and evenly moist, fertile, non-alkaline soil. Mulch them to keep the roots cool and moist.
5255 Douglas Blvd
Granite Bay, CA 95746
DESIGN AND BUILD / YARDCARE
9am - 5pm
*Due to extreme heat during summer, we may close earlier. Call ahead to check.
Monday - Friday
8am - 4pm