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THE GREEN SCENE – Spring Surprises
There are some beautiful shrubs demanding our attention – the lovely camella, the golden forsythia, daphne mezereum, iris harmony and Heather Arthur Johnson. So the gardening year begins. As we prepare for the season ahead there are many tasks to ...
Weltmeister der Düfte - Der Seidelbast erblüht früh
Wohl am bekanntesten ist der Gewöhnliche oder Echte Seidelbast (Daphne mezereum). Diese Arte besiedelt gerne Hartholz-Auenwälder, Buchenmischwälder, Eichen-Hainbuchenwälder und subalpine Hochstaudenflure, erklärt der Fachbuchautor Michael ...
The sweet smell of winter: There may not be much colour around, says Monty Don
I planted a Daphne mezereum in a new border last summer and in time (not this year) it should produce white flowers with a rich scent that can be out well before Christmas.
Winter beauty, scents of spring
For the past couple of months, I have done little in my garden other than pick up after the dogs and the storms. My plants already have been pruned, cut back and mulched, if necessary. The leaves have been raked.
Green Space | Aromatic aster; a true garden gem
The garden world is full of long and winding roads. Last June, on a trek up a mountain in the Bernese Alps, I stumbled on a flowering specimen of February daphne (Daphne mezereum), a delightful plant first given to me by a dear elderly garden friend in ...

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