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Excellent
  • Bred by E. Maarse, Holland, 1938.
  • Develops straight habit.
  • Its buds are round, green and crème; displays big single white flowers, 2.5-3 cm in diameter, with distinctly protruding yellow stamens; flowers late.
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Michael Buchner
Michael Buchner
  • Spreading shrub, 3-4 m high.
  • Displays single petal flowers, purple in colouring with a lilac shading, double panicles, blooms late prolonging the period of lilac blooming. Blooms profusely. Flowers are getting brighter when getting older.
  • Prefers full sun, but also grow well in partial sun.
  • Suitable for zone 4 USDA.
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Miss Ellen Willmott
Miss Ellen Willmott
  • Selected in France.
  • Boasts an irregular erect shape and reaches 2,5-3 m in height.
  • Develops dark green foliage.
  • Displays fragrant double petal cream white flowers.
  • Favours sunny positions.
  • Cold hardy.
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Primrose
Primrose
  • A considerably old cultivar, bred in the USA at the end of the 1940s.
  • Boasts an irregular wide-spreading habit, grows up to 2.5 m high.
  • Displays single petal flowers, yellow green in buds and cream yellow in full bloom held in upright dense and fragrant panicles. Blooms at the end of April and the beginning of May for 3-4 weeks.
  • Suitable for most types of soil.
  • Totally cold hardy.
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Rochester
Rochester
  • Grows up to 2.4-3 m in height.
  • Displays single white flowers which are in bloom in late spring or early summer; its flowers are fragrant, attractive for bees and butterflies, and good for bouquets.
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Sensation
Sensation
  • Grown in Maarse Brothers Nursery, Netherlands, 1938.
  • Wide shrub. A less vigorous grower than other cultivars, 3 m high.
  • Displays purple red flowers with a white contrasting edge. Single flowers, fragrant. Blooms in May.
  • Because of the mutual origin of the cultivar, during in-vitro propagation about 15% of plants might have pale pink flowers instead of typical for a cultivar. In a period where there is no leaves typical plants might be seperated because they have dark buds. Untypical plants have pale green buds. Because of that buying 'Sensation' our customers get 15% more plants and they are asked to do the selection in the first period with no leaves.
  • Resistant to city conditions.
  • Very popular in the USA.
  • Prefers full sun.
  • Suitable for zone 5a USDA.
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Updated on: 2017-09-18

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