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Photo: Rosealind

There are numerous fine Deutzia species and varieties, which add masses of colour to the garden in early summer. They require little special attention – all are hardy shrubs capable of thriving in most soils and aspects. The various garden hybrids nearly all have the same parents and yet look quite distinct from each other.

Deutzia x elegantissima ‘Rosealind’ is a compact, rounded, with arching branches that bear clusters of star-shaped, scented, rose-pink flowers in late spring and early summer. Grow in fertile, neutral to alkaline soil in full sun to partial shade. Remove the stem tips to encourage bushy growth and cut back flowering stems hard after blooming.

Properties

Height
1 - 120 cm
Color
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Soil type
Chalk
Clay
Sand
Sunlight
Full sun
Partial shade
PH
Alkaline
Moisture
Well-drained
Moist but well-drained
Hardiness
Hardy