Deutzia longifolia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Deutzia longifolia, Franch. Shrub, to 6 ft., with upright branches: lvs. oblong-lanceolate to narrow-lanceolate, long-acuminate, narrowed at the base, thickish, rough and somewhat rugose above, grayish white and densely tomentose below, 2-4½ in. long: corymbs many-fid., loose or dense; fls. with spreading petals, more than ¾ in. across; the shorter filaments lanceolate with the anther inside near the middle. June. W. China. G.C. 111.51:409. Gn. 76, p. 243. G.M. 55:353. Var. Veitchii. Rehd. (D. Veitchii, Veitch) with somewhat larger fls. in dense many-fld. corymbs. G.C. III. 51: suppl. 19. M.D.G. 1913:17.—One of the handsomest deutzias, but has proved hardy only under protection at the Arnold Arboretum. CH

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