In 1995 I crossed Philadelphus microphyllus with P. delavayi calvescens. The best seedling I named ‘Dainty Lady’. It is an idea shrub for small gardens as the intense fragrant flowers are borne on slender branches in early June.
Immediately after flowering cut the flower stems down to the ground.
Can be seen on the front drive of the Hiller Gardens, Romsey, Hampshire and is planted in a east facing border at Longstock Park Nursery.
|microphyllus x delavayi calvescens
|Height & Spread
|200 cm x 75 - 100 cm/150 -250 cm when in flower
|Plant Breeders Rights
|EU41105 Propagation for resale is illegal without a licence from the Agent
|Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.