Resulting from a natural mutation, Daphne odora 'Rogalski' is more compact, more branched, and with smaller leaves than the original variety, Daphne odora 'Aureomarginata'. 'Rogalski' is particularly suitable for small gardens. It is also easier to grow because it branches very well from the start. Its shorter branches are stronger at the time of flowering. Daphne 'Rogalski' retains all the superb qualities of the original variety: a beautiful evergreen foliage, bright green with yellow edges, and flowers with an intense fragrance. Among the range of small evergreen shrubs available for the garden, it is one of the first to flower. (February March). It brings interest with its intense fragrance and lights up the dark corners to the garden with its foliage.