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Philadelphus argyrocalyx

Classification

Order: Rosales
   Family: Hydrangeaceae
            Genus: Philadelphus
                        Specie: Philadelphus argyrocalyx

Planting Season: Deciduous

Height at Maturity: 6 ft (1.8 m)

Cultivation: Moderately fertile well-drained soil

Features: Dark green oval-shaped leaves, paler beneath; scented solitary flowers in summer

Uses: Specimen shrub Shrub borders Woodland gardens

Zones: 7-10

Description: Native to New Mexico, USA, this erect, twiggy, deciduous shrub grows up to 6 ft (1.8 m) high. The new growth has long rusty hair that is lost in the second year, when growth becomes gray-brown in color. The elliptic to lance- or egg-shaped leaves are dark

Growth Habit: Erect branching habit

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