Mock Orange. Broadly upright deciduous shrub with ovate shallow toothed leaves. Produces semi-double milk white flowers in in mid-summer.
A smaller philadelphus but producing equally scented white blooms with yellow centres. The leaves are slightly longer an covered in fine hair. Excellent early summer scent for the smaller garden. Deciduous.
Dwarf Mock Orange. An arching shrub with clusters of double, very fragrant, creamy white flowers. Height 75cm. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from June to July. Deciduous. Hardy.
Mock Orange. Medium sized shrub with double fragrant white flowers June-July. Deciduous. Hardy. Full sun. Prune after flowering. Height 1.5m.
‘Snowbelle’ is a compact mock orange cultivar that is noted for its abundant bloom of fragrant, double white flowers in late spring to early summer. This is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with an upright habit that typically grows to only 3-4’ tall and as wide. Citrus-scented, double white flowers (1” diameter) appear in clusters in late spring. Oval, dark green leaves (to 2” long). Common name refers to the sweetly fragrant flowers which, in single form, generally resemble orange blossoms.
Mock Orange. An upright shrub with green leaves mottled yellow and clusters of single very fragrant. white flowers. Height 2.4m. Spread 2m. Flowers from June to July. Deciduous.
Mock Orange. An upright shrub with clusters of double very fragrant pure white flowers. Flowers from June to July. Deciduous.