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deutzia

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In the period from May to June, the Deutzia show their charming flower clouds in snow white or pink, with the single flowers often appearing like little stars. This popular flowering shrub belongs to the family of hydrangea plants.

If you buy a Deutzia, you will get yourself a low-maintenance early bloomer for the garden. The distinctive Deutzia is suitable as a flowering shrub in an individual position or as a hedge plant. Its lanceolate foliage appears in a nice contrast to the impressive panicle flowers. In particular, the low-growing varieties form attractive small hedges and are also suitable for growing in containers. The petite Deutzia gracilis, an original species from Japan and Taiwan, is also a wonderful shrub that supplies bees with a food source.

A Deutzia from the Lubera Garden Shop

At Lubera you will find special Deutzia breeds: the Rose Deutzia is stunning, with a sea of ​​flowers of pale pink tufts and striking yellow stamens; the variety Plena has double flowers; it grows up to 4 metres high and stands out on its own. Pride of Rochester also has beautiful, double flowers and like all Deutzias, it attracts a variety of bees, butterflies and bumblebees.

   
 
Deutzia 'Pink Pom-Pom'

Deutzia hybrida 'Pink Pom-Pom' forms double, light pink flowers in May

£21.40 *

Deutzia 'Plena'

Deutzia scabra 'Plena'- double, white flowers

From £16.40 *

Deutzia 'Strawberry Fields'

Deutzia hybrida 'Strawberry Fields' has pink flowers that exude a strawberry fragrance

£21.40 *

Deutzia 'Tourbillon Rouge'

Deutzia magnifica 'Tourbillon Rouge' forms pink flowers that have a white edge

£21.40 *

Dwarf Deutzia 'Yuki Cherry Blossom'®

Deutzia gracilis 'Yuki Cherry Blossom'® blooms in May/June and is low growing

£21.40 *

Dwarf Deutzia 'Yuki Snowflake'®

Deutzia gracilis 'Yuki Snowflake' has white, star-like flowers in May and June

£21.40 *

Fuzzy Deutzia 'Pride of Rochester'

Deutzia scabra 'Pride of Rochester'

From £16.40 *

Slender Deutzia

Deutzia gracilis - a dense, bushy dwarf shrub

From £10.90 *

No image available Slender Deutzia 'Mont Rose'

Deutzia x hybrida 'Mont Rose'

From £16.40 *

   
 

Habit of the Deutzia

Deutzia shrubs grow bushy, upright and loose in the air. Depending on the species or variety, they also show some overhanging growth. The maximum height is 3 to 4 metres. If the Deutzia develops too strongly, it can be pruned back accordingly.

The Perfect Location for Deutzia

Deutzia love full sun and warm locations; only there can they form their lush blooms. A partially shaded location is also tolerated; however they should by no means be in the root area of ​​larger trees. The flat heart roots are typical for Deutzia and so you have to pay special attention to the soil. This ornamental shrub needs sufficient moisture and prefers humus, loose and nutrient-rich soils. Waterlogging is not well tolerated. A heavy soil should be loosened up with sand or fine grit.

Planting Deutzia

If you buy a Deutzia, you should plant it in the spring or autumn. In a group planting, the distance should be about half of the expected plant height. It is advisable to create a watering edge around the shrub – this increases the water supply in the soil and the water also reaches the roots well. Similarly, a mulch layer increases soil moisture around the shrub.

Maintaining Your Deutzia Properly

If the potting soil of the Deutzia is humus, a fertiliser in the spring is all you need. In arid locations, you should fertilise several times a year or improve the soil with compost. The application of a mulch cover has also proven itself to be useful. The root ball of the Deutzia must not dry out; otherwise parts of the plant die irretrievably. An attentive watering plan is particularly important during the growing season.

Pruning Deutzia

Representatives of the genus Deutzia are rather weak growing. Thus, only rarely and little do they have to be cut back. As a solitary shrub, the Deutzia can receive a pruning in the spring after flowering, which stimulates flower formation. Every two to three years a rejuvenation cut can be done in order to keep the plant in shape.

Overwintering Deutzia

A Deutzia is generally quite hardy. For late ground frosts, however, you should wrap the sprouting branches as a precaution with a garden fleece. A thick layer of mulch or brushwood around the plant is just as beneficial. Deutzias planted in pots may be provided with a pad of Styrofoam. Deutzias planted in a container are generally more sensitive than the planted specimens in the garden. Therefore you should insulate the container sufficiently during the winter.

Companion Plants for Deutzia

Beautiful accents can be obtained from growing perennials with bold colours such peonies or lupins together with Deutzia. Deutzia also looks very different in combination with other flowering shrubs such as Weigela or Spiraea.

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