Deutzia scabra 'Flore-pleno'
Common name: 
Flore-pleno Fuzzy Deutzia
Pronunciation: 
DUT-si-a SKA-bra
Family: 
Saxifragaceae
Genus: 
Type: 
Broadleaf
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
No
  • Broadleaf deciduous shrub, 6-10 x 4-6 ft (1.8-3 x 1.2-1.8 m), upright, taller than wide, arching branches, cinnamon bark on stems.  Leaves opposite, simple, 2.5-10 cm long, 1.5-3 cm wide, ovate-oblong, serrated margins, slightly rough (scabra: rough), dull green.  Flowers double, white, tinged with rosy-purple on outside of corolla, very prolific.
  • Sun, grows well in any garden soil. Prune after flowering to control size and shape.
  • Hardy to USDA Zone 5      The species is native to Japan and China, introduced 1822.  Several cultivars, including ones with flowers that are markedly pink or rose.
  • Deutzia: after John van de Deutz (1743-1788), friend and patron of C. P. Thunberg who described the genus.
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