- Ø 9cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia crenata Pride of RochesterDeutzia crenata 'Pride of Rochester'£4.95Stock 100+Deutzia crenata Pride of Rochester is a lovely is a fully hardy deciduous shrub, also known as Bridal Flower, blooms with pure-white, fragrant... Learn More
- 20-30cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia Purpurea KalmiifloraDeutzia purpurea Kalmiiflora£4.95Stock 34The buds, prior to flowering, of the Deutzia Kalmiiflora, are deep pink but once open; the Kalmiiflora flowers are light pale - almost white-pink. ... Learn More
- -20%20-30cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia gracilis Bridal FlowerDeutzia gracilis 'Bridal Flower'Special Price £3.95 Regular Price £4.95Stock 100+Deutzia gracilis 'Bridal Flower' is a deciduous compact variety of the Deutzia family. Masses of fragrant pure-white flowers from spring to early... Learn More
- 20-30cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia scabra PlenaDeutzia Scabra Plena£4.95Stock 89Deutzia Scabra Plena is an upright, deciduous shrub with masses of plume-like flowers during summer. A great trouble-free shrub for the border or... Learn More
- -20%Ø 9cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia LemoineiDeutzia LemoineiSpecial Price £3.95 Regular Price £4.95Stock 100+Deutzia Lemoinei, produces many graceful white flowers. It is a deciduous compact shrub from the Deutzia family that would be well suited to small... Learn More
- 20-30cmBee friendly flowersDeutzia x hybrida Mont RoseDeutzia hybrida 'Mont Rose'£4.95Out of stockOut of stockDeutzia x hybrida Mont Rose is a lovely deciduous shrub, that produces soft pink coloured flowers in early summer. This drought tolerant shrub has... Learn More
Deutzia is the perfect little shrub for covering large areas and suppressing weeds
Deutzia is a genus of about 60 species of flowering plants in the family Hydrangeaceae native to eastern and central Asia and Central America. Most are deciduous specimens, but a few subtropical species are evergreen. The deutzia shrubs are fairly new to gardens in the botanical world not actually seen in Europe till the 1830s. It was discovered not in the wild, but in cultivation in a Japanese nursery. Named in honor of Dutch plant hunting patron, Johann van der Deutz..
All deutzia should be pruned immediately after the flowers have finished as they flower on wood growths made in the previous growing season. If you prune them too late after flowering, then they will not have enough time to produce their new stems - which will of course be the flowering stems for the next year.