A fragrant, loosely branched, spreading shrub that can reach 15 ft. in height but is usually 3-9 ft. tall. The bark is shredding. The leaves are thin, light green and oval. White, tubular flowers may be tinged pink and have a yellow-blotched upper lobe. Flowers occur in tightly compact clusters. A shrub with large, white to deep pink, very fragrant flowers in large clusters at stem ends.
Mature Height: 15'
Sun Exposure: Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Moist, acidic, well-drained soils
Special Use Benefits:
- Attracts pollinators (insects, bees, or butterflies)
- Inland Forest
- Urban Garden