Position – Full sun
Soil – Moderately fertile,well-drained
Flowering Period – Winter
Hardiness – Hardy
Coronilla are herbaceous perennials or deciduous evergreen shrubs with lush green foliage that embraces clusters of round headed blooms that form a crown-like shape from November to March. During spells of warmer sunshine, a sweet fragrance will disperse from these blooms to remind you of warm spring days. These plants are great for coastal and windy gardens in both borders and containers. You should expect to see Coronilla grow to an approximate height and spread of 80cm (32”).
Coronilla will grow in a position of full sun within moderately fertile and well-drained soil of sand, clay, loam or chalk tolerating an acidic, alkaline or neutral PH balance. Spring is usually the best time to plant Coronilla to ensure it has plenty of time to root properly in the soil. Ensure that you water your Coronilla thoroughly when first planted and maintain this throughout dry weather.
Lightly trim the shoots of Coronilla after flowering. This can be undertaken in April or May. Although Coronilla can survive throughout the winter months, their life span can be relatively short and so you may wish to take cuttings from young shoots in June or July. You can replant these in compost filled pots where they should remain in a moist and sheltered place until frosts and cold weather have passed, usually in late April.
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