Jasmine ’Waterton’ (Philadelphus lewisii ’Waterton’)
General description: Proven shrub with stiff shoots and rounded shape. It reaches up to 2.5 m in height.
Leaves: dark green, elliptical, sharp-ended
Flowers: white, single flowers composed of four petals at the crown and with golden anthers in the center, delicately fragrant.
Requirements / Cultivation: Sunny or semi-shaded position. It grows best on blackland, permeable, calcareous or neutral soils. Variety resistant to drought. It is recommended every few years, after flowering, to make a radical cut of the bush to rejuvenate. The plant is suitable for planting singly and in groups, including molded hedges and free rows.
Mock-orange ’Rosace’ (Philadephus ’Rosace’)
one of the most beautiful flowering shrubs,
of approx. 1.5 m,
delicate , scaly twigs
full, very fragrant, creamy white flowers
fertile, loamy, moderately moist soils
sunny or semi-shaded place
It tolerates low temperatures and drought.