Published on May 29, 2012 by Casey
Upright and aggressive, this plant’s medium green, oval leaves serve as the backdrop for pure white, fragrant single flowers that will cover the plant during its June bloom. Perfect for border or hedging, this easy care plant is a butterfly magnet with its immense bloom and abundant nectar.
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Coastal rocky shores of Washington south into California and east into Montana
This species of Philadelphus was named after Meriwether Lewis who found it in 1806 during his famous Lewis & Clark expedition to the northwest. Native Americans used the exceedingly hard wood of this plant for combs, bows, arrows and fishing spears