With the depth and breadth of this addictive genus, you can have daphne blooms year-round. Plant them in spring or fall. We've arranged these recommendations by season, with the plant placed in the season in which it starts to bloom.
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The most fragrant of all is Daphne Odora which blooms from late January to mid March. Daphne Odora has a variegated leaf or solid green leaf varieties. Each of these varieties also has a pink and a white blooming cultivar.
Winter Daphne by Mark Mayeske. There are just not that many landscape plants that boast beautiful blooms in late winter. For all but the coastal areas of the South, February tends to be more of a planning month, even though it's camellia season.
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This evergreen daphne is wonderfully fragrant, with its sweetness carrying on the air in March and April. It's also a very pretty shrub, with long, narrow leaves edged in creamy gold. Its flowers are small and waxy-looking, and they emerge from attractive purple buds.
The sweet smell that wafts through the air in February and March can be attributed to only a few plants, one of them being Daphne. An old garden favorite, Daphne odoraor Winter Daphne is a plant no yard should be without. While Winter Daphne is justly famous, she has a few sisters you should get to know. For more on paper production, see Lokta Paper Craft.