Paperbush Overview

Description Blooming about the same time as tulips and daffodils, paperbush is a delightful, fragrant shrub. It adds valuable structure to the early spring garden and grows 5-6 feet tall and wide. Its white-and-yellow flower clusters resemble small bunches of verbena blossoms. Your nose will tell you as soon as the pretty flowers open. Their intoxicating fragrance permeates the garden. Plant paperbush in moist, well-drained soil. It is a good choice for containers and mixed shrub or perennial plant borders.
Genus Name Edgeworthia chrysantha
Common Name Paperbush
Plant Type Shrub
Light Part Sun, Sun
Height 3 to 8 feet
Width null to 6 feet
Flower Color White, Yellow
Season Features Spring Bloom
Special Features Cut Flowers, Fragrance, Good for Containers
Zones 7, 8, 9
Propagation Stem Cuttings

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