WHOLESALE DEUTZIA NURSERIES
Deutzia are a group of deciduous shrubs grown for the masses of flowers in spring.
From small shrubs suited to the front of the garden border to large types that will fill a large area and act as a backdrop to other plants, Deutzia come in a range of flower forms and colours.
Grown mainly for the flowers they can be pruned immediately after flowering, this brings them back to size and allows other plants to take pride of place over summer.
Care and Pruning
Little care is required once established, plants can be pruned back in mid summer after flowering to winter to maintain shape and size. Older canes can be removed at the base to promote healthy new growth.
- Plant Type – Small to medium sized Shrub
- Country of origin
- Common Name -Deutzia
- Growth Rate – Medium
- Evergreen / Deciduous – Deciduous
- Soil – Humus rich moist well drained
- Position – Full sun to afternoon shade, more shade in hotter climates.
- Height – .5m to 4m
- Width – to 2m
- Habit – Arching stemmed shrub
Used in mixed borders or as a flowering feature plant in the border. Useful in commercial plantings where a deciduous flowering shrub is required.
Varieties / Cultivars
- Deutzia gracilis – Upright with slightly arching stems, flowers are white with a light perfume. Reaching around 1 – 2 m.
- Deutzia scabra – Large growing form to 4m, white double flowers
- Deutzia gracilis nikko – Excellent low growing cultivar to around .8m in height and spreading over 2m over time. Masses of white flowers in spring.
Available from the following Wholesale Nurseries
17 McCarthy Rd Monbulk, Vic, 3793, Australia
Specialising in propagation and production of over 900 species / varieties of ornamental plants, perennials & rare plants. Supplying nurseries, landscapers & others. Minimum quantities apply! Contact us to discuss plants or growing requirements.
82 David Hill Rd Monbulk (Opposite Vika Ave)
Japanese Maple and Magnolia specialists, Wholesale and Retail. Large range of other deciduous and evergreen ornamental trees and shrubs.