emailWould you like to receive Burncoose newsletters?
Keep up to date on offers, events and news from us and the rest of the Caerhays Estate.
emailPlease enter your email address
Commonly known as Wintersweet
Waxy flowers with a spicy scent in winter.
Introduced to UK in 1766 when it was grown under glass at Croome Court, Worcs.
Flowers at Chinese New Year when flowering sprigs are used as adornments.
Genus of 6 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs from woodland in China.
Tall Shrub - grown for its many-petalled, open, bowl-shaped, usually very fragrant flowers which appear in winter before the leaves.
Additional Features - Pests & Diseases - - none.
Place of origin - China.
Soil Conditions - Fertile well drained soil -