Nothing trumps a wisteria blooming at full horsepower.
“Louis Raymond experiments in his own gardens like
a mad scientist, searching out plants that most people have
never seen before & figuring out how to make them perform.” - The Boston Globe
“…Louis Raymond ensures that trees can grow in Brooklyn…
or just about any other place where concrete consumes
the dirt and skyscrapers shield the sunshine.” - USA Today
Each blooming branch tip of this viburnum is a whole nosegay.
Such a multi-talented rose. First, the delicate, four-petaled, white flowers with a bouncy, darker-hued, levitating poof of pistils in the center. And out with the very first roses of the season, too.
"Fairybells"? The name is too twee by a mile for such an elegant performer.