Scenting the air with a strong 'narcissus' fragrance, Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca 'Citrina', has been producing it's soft citron-yellow heads of small pea-flowers since late-autumn. The display has been steadily building since the first flowers opened months ago and it is now in full flush - there must be a thousand posies open on our largest bush. Don't be put off by it's letter-heavy name, it is easy to grow, only requiring good drainage, sun and a warm position to succeed.


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