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Introducing Philadelphus ‘coronarius’, commonly known as Mock Orange, a classic and fragrant addition to any garden. This deciduous shrub delights with its clusters of creamy-white, highly fragrant blossoms that adorn its arching branches in late spring to early summer, filling the air with a sweet citrus-like scent. ‘Coronarius’ typically reaches a height of 6-10 feet, making it an ideal choice for borders, hedging, or as a standalone specimen.
For optimal growth and flowering, plant ‘Coronarius’ in a position that receives full sun to partial shade, ensuring well-drained soil. Spring or autumn is the best time for planting, allowing the shrub to establish its root system before winter sets in. Regular feeding with a balanced fertilizer in spring and early summer will promote healthy growth and prolific flowering.
Philadelphus ‘coronarius’ is highly attractive to pollinators, particularly bees and butterflies, thanks to its abundant nectar-rich blossoms. By planting ‘Coronarius’ in your garden, you not only enjoy its beautiful blooms and delightful fragrance but also provide essential food sources for pollinators, contributing to the overall health and biodiversity of your outdoor space. Embrace the timeless charm of Philadelphus ‘coronarius’ and create a haven for both yourself and the pollinators that visit your garden.