Edgeworthia chrysantha is a deciduous shrub with dark green, leathery, single, alternate, lanceolate leaves, 8–13 cm long. It can reach a height of 2–2.5 m. Flowers are yellow and fragrant, in clusters at the branch tips. The flowering period extends from February to April.

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Edgeworthia chrysantha is a deciduous shrub with dark green, leathery, single, alternate, lanceolate leaves, 8–13 cm long. It can reach a height of 2–2.5 m. Flowers are yellow and fragrant, in clusters at the branch tips. The flowering period extends from February to April.

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer A winter garden is a lovely sight. Instead of a drab, barren landscape, you can have beautiful and interesting plants that strut their stuff all winter long. That’s especially possible in zone 8, where the average minimum temperatures are between 10 and 20 degrees F. (-6.7 to -12 degrees C.). This article will give you plenty of ideas for your zone 8 ornamental winter garden. Zone 8 Ornamentals for Winter If you’re interested in planting ornamentals for their flower or fruit appeal, then the following plants should work well: Witch hazels (Hamamelis species and cultivars) and their relatives are some of the best ornamental plants for zone 8 winters. These large shrubs or small trees bloom at varying times in the fall, winter, and early spring. The spicy-smelling flowers with elongated yellow or orange petals stay on the tree for up to

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