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Philadelphus
Mockorange

Mockorange gets its name from its sweetly fragrant, white inflorescences that bloom in late May and early June, perhaps similar to citrus flowers in their aroma. Single-flowering forms also show an orange center filled with numerous stamens and pistils.


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