Daphne mezereum


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Related to Daphne mezereum: mezereon
  • noun

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small European deciduous shrub with fragrant lilac-colored flowers followed by red berries on highly toxic twigs

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One of the earliest is Daphne mezereum with its deep purple-pink scented flowers in late winter - these are followed by yellow fruits if the bees pollinate early enough.
Cold comfort: The colourful Daphne mezereum, Chinese witch hazel (Hamamilis molis), and Christmas box (Sarcococca) all add cheer to a winter garden.
Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) n Colchicum autumnale (autumn crocus, meadow saffron) Conium maculatum (hemlock) n Daphne mezereum (mezereon) Datura stamonium (Jimsonweed) Digitalis purpurea (foxglove) Laburnum Oenanthe crocata (hemlock water dropwort
Plant Daphne mezereum by your back door or right at the front of your favourite border so you can easily enjoy its heady fragrance.
The white form of daphne mezereum, right, is among the strongest of spring perfumes.
Daphnes include the hardy Daphne bholua `Gurkha', with apple-blossom flowers, and Daphne mezereum, with purplish-pink blooms before the leaves open.
The daphne mezereum is a deciduous plant and gets its leaves after flowering in late spring.
Colour and fragrance: Daphne mezereum,the shrub on offer today.
Sweetest memories of Daphne and Grandad 6 Daphne mezereum is a native plant that is well worth growing.
The Daphne mezereum is a deciduous plant, and gets its leaves after flowering in late spring.