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Daphne Rebecca

Daphne = ‘Hewreb’

Daphne x odora Rebecca = ‘Hewreb’ is a stunning shade shrub. Stable variegation with fragrant shell pink flowers. A great shrub for the south, showing heat and humidity tolerance.

Plant Notes / Description

  • USDA Zone 7 (5°F or -17°C)
  • Striking broad variegated foliage
  • Fantastic fragrant blooms in early spring
  • Year-round marketing opportunities
  • Tight, rounded, compact habit, 4′ x 4′

Uses: Containers, Borders, Mass landscape plantings.

Patent Status: PP 18,368

PK Sheet
USDA Zone: 7 - 11
Height: 36 to 48-inches
91 to 122-centimeters
Spread: 36 to 48-inches
91 to 122-centimeters
Seasons: Early Spring
Flower Colors: Shell-Pink
Foliage Colors: Variegated, Green, Cream
Light Levels: Semi-Shade
Growth Habit: Compact-rounded
Usage: Container Gardens, Containers, Garden border, Landscapes, Mass landscape planting
Patent Status: PP 18,368

Grower Culture

General:
 
Media: Well-draining media
Water: Well-Drained to Moderate
 
Crop Timing from Rooted Liners:
 
1-gallon: 39 to 52-weeks with 1 ppp
3-gallon: 78 to 104-weeks with 1 ppp