Another wonderful, rare, white blooming Deutzia, this one from cuttings from the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Deutzia setchuenensis var. corymbiflora first caught our eye in the white garden at Kiftsgate Garden in England, which is across the lane from the far more famous Hidcote. Itís loaded with small white flowers in late spring and sporadically thereafter until frost. Another delight is fall when the foliage turns apricot-raspberry before leaving. Full sun in cooler areas but part shade is best in the hot south. This is a Deutzia worth the garden space. To 8 feet? Zones 6(?)-8.
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