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This delightful perennial showcases clusters of fragrant white flowers that will add a touch of beauty and fragrance to any garden.
Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei, also known as Mock Orange, blooms in late spring to early summer, enchanting your garden with its abundant and fragrant white flowers. The blossoms resemble those of orange blossoms, emitting a sweet fragrance that perfumes the air and adds a delightful ambiance to your outdoor space.
For optimal growth and abundant flowering, plant Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei in a sunny or partially shaded position. It thrives in well-drained soil and appreciates full sun exposure, which promotes vigorous growth and maximizes flower production. It can tolerate some shade, but it may affect the intensity of the fragrance and the overall flowering performance.
Feeding Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei is important for its overall health and vitality. Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to provide essential nutrients for robust foliage and flowering. Additionally, you can apply a liquid fertilizer every four to six weeks during the growing season to support its energetic growth and encourage continuous blooming.
Pruning Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei should be done immediately after flowering. Remove any dead, damaged, or crossing branches to maintain a neat appearance and promote healthy growth. Light pruning can also help shape the plant as desired.
Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei is a charming addition to any garden. Its fragrant white flowers, preferred position, and care requirements make it an excellent choice for adding beauty and fragrance to your outdoor oasis. Embrace the elegance of Salvia Philadelphus Lemoinei and create a garden filled with enchanting blooms and delightful scents.
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