Daphne

Daphne

Daphne shrubs are native to central and southern Europe and Asia. Some of its species were found in North Africa, and two have been introduced to North America. In total, it has 75 to 90 species of shrubs. It is known for its gradient-like flowers with hues of pink, white, and purple. Following the flowers are brightly-coloured berries.

Daphne is a highly scented plant. It can tickle your nose from yards away making them the perfect garden plants for your entryway. However, all types of Daphne and its parts are poisonous. It is best to keep children away from them.

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