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Exochorda x macrantha 'Niagara' - 10-15cm - 3lt

Exochorda x macrantha 'Niagara' - 10-15cm - 3lt

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Exochorda × macrantha 'Niagara,' commonly known as the Niagara Pearlbush, is a stunning deciduous shrub that hails from the Rosaceae family. This ornamental gem is cherished for its exceptional beauty and abundant clusters of white flowers that grace its branches in late spring to early summer.

The Niagara Pearlbush typically grows to a height of 6-10 feet (1.8-3 meters) and has an equally impressive spread. Its arching branches are adorned with glossy, dark green leaves, creating an elegant backdrop for its striking blossoms. The flowers of 'Niagara' are a sight to behold, featuring numerous pure white petals that are both large and showy. These blooms resemble delicate pearls, hence the name "Pearlbush," and create a captivating contrast against the lush green foliage.

This cultivar is known for its vigour, making it a low-maintenance addition to gardens. It thrives in well-drained soil and appreciates full sun to partial shade, though it can tolerate a variety of growing conditions. Once established, the Niagara Pearlbush requires minimal pruning, with any necessary shaping typically performed after the flowering season.

Gardeners and landscape enthusiasts adore Exochorda × macrantha 'Niagara' for its versatility. It works splendidly as a focal point in a mixed border, lending an air of sophistication to the landscape. Alternatively, it can be used to create an enchanting hedge or even grown as a specimen shrub. This cultivar's adaptability, combined with its striking appearance, makes it a popular choice for a wide range of garden designs.

In summary, Exochorda × macrantha 'Niagara' is a magnificent deciduous shrub with an abundance of pristine white flowers that resemble pearls. Its graceful form, glossy green leaves, and low-maintenance requirements make it a valuable addition to gardens, adding beauty and charm to any landscape. 

  • Common Name

    Pearlbush 'Niagara'

  • Family


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  • Height (cm)


  • Native To

    Asia, Europe, and North America

  • Flower

    saucer-shaped, 5-petalled white flowers in terminal racemes

  • Foliage

    pale green leaves

  • Maturation period

    5-10 years

Key Info

Size & Spacing

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Preferred Location


West–facing or North–facing or East–facing or South-facing, sheltered

Soil Type

acid soil, partial shade to full sun

Soil moisture

moist but well-drained, well-drained

Growing Period




all year



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