Philadelphus purpurascens

A most desirable species of 'Mock Orange', rarely seen, forming a shrub to about 2m with arching branches covered in clusters of sweetly scented white flowers with contrasting purple calyces in June. Exceptionally beautiful in flower, this is similar to P. delavayi var. melanocalyx, but the calyces are slightly more of a red-purple than any of the clones I have of the former. Easy, hardy.

Pot size: 2L



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