PLEASE NOTE! Once again I have been very lucky to have Jacques Thompson comment on the pictures in this blog. I have appended his comments in blue! I think you'll enjoy reading them as much as I have!
Unable to find the label, however it doesn’t look like cneorum to me, plus its in a high-rent area (at the top of my tufa wall), for a more-pedestrian cneorum, it could be D. juliae , or some cool hybrid I got from Ric Lupp.
|Daphne x hendersonii|
|Daphne cneorum and Daphne x hendersonii on right|
|Daphne x arbuscula|
I was humbled to see them grow so abundantly and so well. And hope you've enjoyed them too!