4 – 8
6 – 8 feet
By: Meriel Bradley
The mock orange as its name suggests is not a true orange, but it does have beautiful citrus-scented blossoms.
Some varieties are more fragrant than others so check with your local garden centre as to the best varieties for your garden and be sure to plant it where you can enjoy its fragrance.
Blooms in late spring
Very fragrant blossoms with a citrus scent
Full sun to part shade
Grows 4 – 8 feet depending on the variety
Blooms on previous years growth so prune after it has bloomed to keep it in shape
Zones 4 – 8
By: Meriel Bradley Developed in North Dakota, this is a hardy cultivar of Japanese White Birch. Growing in a graceful slender column to 25 ft. tall by only 10 ft. wide this tree is a lovely choice for a small garden. In March or April, the tree is covered with long...