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Winter daphne (Daphne odora) is a deciduous shrub characterized by attractive, fragrant flowers. This plant has a relatively low growth rate, reaching only about 6 feet (1.8 m) tall with an equal spread. Ornamental features of winter daphne include the small, white bell-shaped flowers that bloom in late winter.

Closeup of Pale Pink Flowers on a Winter Daphne Plant Blooming in a Sunny  Garden Stock Photo - Image of closeup, winter: 215787644
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Winter daphne – Ramblin' through Dave's Garden
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Winter Daphne odora 1 Gal - Lichtenfelt Nurseries - Touch of gold,  Variegated, Winter garden
Been waiting over a *year and a half* for this Winter Daphne to bloom.  Worth it.: gardening

The Winter Daphne is a low height shrub that produces beautiful white flowers from late November to late January. It is a very slow growing plant that loves the shade. The Winter Daphne needs to be a protected spot or it will be ruined in winter. It has very small flowers and needs to be in a shaded area for those flowers to show.

Winter daphne is a common name for several plants and may refer to:

  • Daphne mezereum, native to the Mediterranean region
  • Daphne odora, native to the Mediterranean region

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