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Daphne






DAPHNE ALPINA.--Italy, 1759. A deciduous species, which has white or

rosy-white, sweet-scented flowers. It is a pretty, but rare shrub, that

grows well in light sandy leaf soil.



D. ALTAICA.--Siberia, 1796. Though rare in gardens, this is a pretty

and neat-foliaged species, and bears white flowers in abundance. It

wants a warm corner and dry soil.



D. BLAGAYANA.--Styria, 1872. This is still rare in cultivation, but it

is a very desirable species, bearing ivory-white highly-fragrant

flowers. For the alpine garden it is particularly suitable, and though

growing rather slowly thrives well in good light soil.






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