Exochorda racemosa 'Niagara'

Hardiness : hardy (-20°C)

Foliage : deciduous

Position : sunny

Seasons of interest : spring

 

A springtime asset for smaller spaces.

Description

'Niagara', a hybrid cultivation of Exochorda racemosa and macrantha 'The Bride', is denser than The Bride, well branched, with a more shrub-like shape, less arched.
It is also more floriferous and offers numerous clusters of small white flowers in April - May.
Very hardy. Once it is well settled, it tolerates drought.
'Niagara' is well suited for smaller areas and can be grown in a pot.

Care

Prune after flowering.

Trophies

Best new variety prize at Plantion 2011 (EDE)
SILVER medal awarded by Trials Committee of RHBS (Boskoop - Netherlands)

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Data sheet

Selected by
Hermann GEERS
PBR / European PBR
EU 32887
Width
0,80 m - 1,00m
Height
1,00 m - 1,20m
Habit
erect
Hardiness
hardy (-20°C)
Foliage colour
green
Foliage
deciduous
Flowering colour
white
Flowering period
spring
Soil
All draining soils, but much prefers acid to neutral and humus-rich.
Position
sunny
Utilisation particulière
pot, balcony, terrace
Seasons of interest
spring

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