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Philadelphus coronarius Aureus
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Philadelphus coronarius Aureus

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Common Name: Mock Orange. Deciduous flowering shrub which bears very fragrant, 4-petalled creamy-white flowers in early summer. H&S1.5M. The ovate, golden yellow leaves turn pale green in summer. Protect from full sun - prefers partial shade. Soil can be acid or chalky. Prune immediately after flowering, cutting out old stems which have bloomed. Propagate by planting cuttings in a cold frame in summer or outdoors in autumn.
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