|BOTANICAL NAME *||Edgeworthia chrysantha|
|ZONE||7 – 8 (9)|
|SIZE||Tropical looking shrub, 3-4’ HT & SP.|
|FOLIAGE||Medium green to blue green leaves in a palmate fashion. Fall foliage is nothing special.|
|FLOWER||For most of the winter, the stems are bare except for the upside down flower buds at the tips. Each globe contains 25-35 flowers, appearing white in bud, and then opening to bright yellow. When in bloom in March, a delightful fragrance floats on the wind.|
|GROWING CONDITIONS||Deep, moist, high organic soil. Light to moderate shade.|
|NOTES||Though quite naked in the winter, the fragrant flowers and the beautiful foliage are an asset to any garden.|
* A particular plant will have only 1 botanical name. Unfortunately, a particular plant may have several common names or it may share a common name with another plant. Whenever possible, use the botanical name.