deutzia


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any of various shrubs of the genus Deutzia having usually toothed opposite leaves and shredding bark and white or pink flowers in loose terminal clusters

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A compact type of Deutzia it has deep crimson buds which when open are white flushed with pink.
For shrubs that flower later in the season and have put on growth this year, such as Philadelphus and deutzias, it is necessary to take extra care pruning and be more selective.
Early flowering shrubs such as lilac, deutzia and forsythia can be pruned if required.
Two white-flowered shrubs, deutzia and mock orange, and the heirloom shrub rose 'Baronne Prevost' anchor the composition.
Deciduous plants that are dormant in the winter - shrub roses, cornus (dogwood), willow, poplar, ribes (flowering currants), spiraea, abelia, deutzia, kerria, philadelphus and viburnums.
In July and August we are concerned with the first group, including not only buddelja alternifolia, but also such common garden shrubs as deutzia, philadelphus, weigela, kerria japonica, and some spirea.
A boat full of shore juniper or deutzia could stand in front of a beach house.
They take longer to root than softwood cuttings, so the cutting should be slightly longer, and are used for deciduous plants that root easily such as Salvia microphylla, hebe, deutzia, cornus, philadelphus and weigela.
Many of our favourite deciduous shrubs that flower in the spring and summer, including Buddleja alternifolia, Cytissus scoparius, Deutzia, Forsythia, Hydrangea, macrophylla, Philadelphus, various spiraeas, Tamarix and Weigela, all produce their flowers on the previous season's growth.
Easy-to-root plants include lavatera, helianthemum, choisya, deutzia, escallonia (pictured), hebe, hydrangea, lavender, philadelphus and weigela, as well as fuchsia and olearia.
Deciduous plants that are dormant in the winter - shrub roses, cornus (dogwood), willow, poplar, ribes ( flowering currants), spiraea, abelia, deutzia, kerria, philadelphus and viburnums.
BEAUTY Photograph by Steve Lowry of the hairs on the leaf of a Deutzia, a member of the hydrangea family commonly cultivated as an ornamental plant
When deciduous shrubs such as Deutzia, Philadelphus (Mock Orange), Kerria and Weigela finish flowering, prune those that are overgrown.