A wider-than-tall, multi-stemmed shrub, Mock Orange will reach four to ten feet, depending on its growing conditions. Often recommended for erosion control, most folks plant it for its fragrant June-July blossoms. Seed are eaten by many birds including grosbeaks, juncos, thrushes, bluebirds, flickers, quail, and the chickadee-finch group. It's a good nectar plant for several butterflies, too.
Erect, arching habit displays the spectacular, satiny, fragrant white blooms, 2" across.They are profuse in early to mid-summer, amidst bright green, 4" leaves. One of our favorite natives for the woodland garden, or shrub border, and, with judicious pruning, as a specimen. Grow in full sun or partial shade; it prefers moist, well-drained soil, but tolerates dry soils.
Zones: 5 to 8
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