Sweet Osmanthus, or Fragrant Tea Olive, is a slow growing, broad and densely branched upright that can reach 20' high and 10-14' wide.
Dark-green, finely toothed leaves are background for tiny, white flower clusters in the fall. This plant is especially appreciated for its delightful apricot-like fragrance.
Drought tolerant Prefers fertile, acidic soil.
* Deer Resistant * Attracts Bees & Butterflies
Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC (336) 857-2131