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wintersweet

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7 Solanales Tomato NI Apiales Carrot NI Solanales Tomato (Chianti Rose) NI Malvales Chocolate NI Solanales Tomato (Watermelon) NI Gentianales Wintersweet NI Apiales Parsley NI Cycadales Bread Palm NI Urticales Common Fig NI Sapindales [no common name] NI Fabales Silktree, Mimosa NI Piperales Black Pepper NI Psilotales Whisk Fern NI Arecales Coconut NI Brassicales Cabbage NI Caryophyllales Spinach NI Asterales Dandelion NI Apiales Fennel NI Dioscoreales Bitter Yam NI Table 2.
Wintersweet Mahonia x media 'charity' Lysichiton, American skunk cabbage Daphne Winter honeysuckle
Wintersweet originated in woodland in China, in Britain it seems to prefer a sunny spot
WITCH HAZEL Fill your winter garden with the colour and scent of witch hazel which can be grown as a tree (above) or even in a container pot (right); CHRISTMAS BOX If you like a delicious honey scent, this is the winter plant for you; CLEMATIS FRECKLES Will fill the whole area with a wonderful lemon-style scent; WINTERSWEET Its spicy, violet-like scent can waft more than 50 yards.
Wintersweet can be propagated from softwood cuttings taken in summer.
Although we already have Snowdrops, both singles and double flowered, Lent Lillies (Hellebores), fragrant winter flowering honeysuckle (Loniceras) and Wintersweet (Chimonanthus) are all in flower here now, it is the opening of the first Daffodil that tips the balance from winter to spring.
Pods of last summer's dogbane open in central Illinois, forecasting flowers of winterhazel, wintersweet, sweetbox and cornelian cherry in Virginia.
If you want to surround doors and windows with fragrance it's possible with clematis cirrhosa balearica and Wintersweet or chimonanthus praecox.
Well, wintersweet is a shrub that can be trained against a wall and has the most beautifully smelly slowers.
Chimonanthus praecox, the aptly-named Wintersweet, has small, pendent, waxy blooms of yellow.