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Small, scented, single white flowers with creamy anthers. This form was found growing at the former nursery of Jeffries of Cirencester in the UK, hence the name. Not entirely hardy, needs protection from wind. Evergreen.
Note that some forms of armandii may be toxic to animals, especially dogs.
Yes Approximate height:
5.0 - 6.0 metres Flowering period(s):
Apr May Aspect:
No pruning (Group 1) Parentage:
Selected form of C armandii
Other name(s): armandii
Tepals: 4-6, gappy