Pearlbush 'The Bride'
Exochorda × macrantha 'The Bride'
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20 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Pearlbush 'The Bride' Overview
This beautiful white flowering deciduous shrub produces masses of white, pearl-like flower buds at the beginning of April living up to it's name Pearlbush. It's arching branches are covered in masses of white flowers from mid April to May which simply overpower every small, bright green oval leaf. In autumn, these leaves turn delicate shades of yellow and orange.
Common problems with Pearlbush 'The Bride'
Generally pest & disease free
How to harvest Pearlbush 'The Bride'
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Pearlbush 'The Bride'
Take softwood cuttings.
Other uses of Pearlbush 'The Bride'
A low maintenance plant that can be used to give architectural height to courtyards or urban patios as it can be grown in containers.