Deutzia grandiflora

A distinct species from N. China, in that the white flowers, borne in early May, are larger than others and in clusters of no more than three. A deciduous, very hardy shrub to about 1.8m high, for sun or semi-shade. Tough and easy, though rarely encountered. This collection by Chris Sanders from 70km north of Beijing. Like Magnolias, best sited away from late spring frost.

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