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Heptacodium miconioides   - Seven-sons Plant  - Flower

Heptacodium miconioides - Seven-sons Plant - Flower

Native to China, Heptacodium miconioides (Seven Son Flower) is a unique plant with year-round interest. This large, fountain-shaped, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub features clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers at branch ends over a long bloom season in late summer to early fall.

Native to China, Heptacodium miconioides (Seven Son Flower) is a unique plant with year-round interest. This large, fountain-shaped, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub features clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers at branch ends over a long bloom season in late summer to early fall.

Heptacodium miconioides - Seven-sons Plant - Trees & Shrubs

Heptacodium miconioides - Seven-sons Plant - Trees & Shrubs

The Plant Hunter: Heptacodium - A plant with a bright future!

The Plant Hunter: Heptacodium - A plant with a bright future!

Seven son flower | Heptacodium is an outstanding specimen plant. Grown as a small tree or large shrub, its multistemmed habit reaches 15 to 25 feet with a spread of up to 12 feet. Plants thrive in full sun but have been known to flower and remain healthy in partial shade. However, in shadier conditions, plants tend to develop a loose, irregular habit | Chicago Botanic Garden

Seven son flower | Heptacodium is an outstanding specimen plant. Grown as a small tree or large shrub, its multistemmed habit reaches 15 to 25 feet with a spread of up to 12 feet. Plants thrive in full sun but have been known to flower and remain healthy in partial shade. However, in shadier conditions, plants tend to develop a loose, irregular habit | Chicago Botanic Garden

Seven-son flower (Heptacodium miconiodes) A large, fountain-shaped, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub.  This plant, native to China, is rare and may no longer exist in the wild.  It is located at the Botanical Garden in the Chinese Garden in St. Louis.

Seven-son flower (Heptacodium miconiodes) A large, fountain-shaped, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub. This plant, native to China, is rare and may no longer exist in the wild. It is located at the Botanical Garden in the Chinese Garden in St. Louis.

Propagation:  It does make suckers, which can be propagated. Heptacodium will also root from hardwood cuttings in autumn. You can even grow it from seed. Good companions:  Plant spring-flowering bulbs such as erythronium at the feet of your heptacodium.

Propagation: It does make suckers, which can be propagated. Heptacodium will also root from hardwood cuttings in autumn. You can even grow it from seed. Good companions: Plant spring-flowering bulbs such as erythronium at the feet of your heptacodium.

Ligularia, Echinacea, hemerocallis daylilies, Monarda, ? Heptacodium | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

Ligularia, Echinacea, hemerocallis daylilies, Monarda, ? Heptacodium | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

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