Philadelphus microphyllus

Philadelphus microphyllus is a species of Philadelphus known by the common name littleleaf mock-orange. It is native to northern Mexico and the southwestern . Synonym(s): Philadelphus microphyllus ssp.

Philadelphus microphyllus, commonly called mock orange or littleleaf mock orange, is noted for its small leaves, fragrant summer flowers, exfoliating bark and . One of our own native mock oranges A lovely low maintenance ornamental Philadelphus microphyllus is compact in habit has lovely cream to white flowers . This mock orange grows in light shade to full sun and unlike it’s cousin does not like wet feet in winter-spring. Philadelphus microphyllus does like water once a .

Philadelphus microphyllus grows from two-to-six feet tall in an open arching form, often sprawling over rocky ledges. Long, gray-striped stems bend and bear . Philadelphus microphyllus is a very dainty small-leaved species, forming a twiggy bush, originating from Northern America where it is often found in . Gray Show All Show Tabs littleleaf mock orange. Thumbnail #of Philadelphus microphyllus by growin; Thumbnail #of Philadelphus microphyllus by growin; Thumbnail #of Philadelphus microphyllus by .