An assessment of Itea

Hop, Margareth
June 2010
Plantsman: New Series;Jun2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p84
Academic Journal
The article offers information on various varieties of flowering plants Itea. It says that Itea virginica is a more widely grown variant of Itea in British and Irish gardens and produces cylindrical racemes of white fragrant flowers during early summer. It also cites that Itea prefers to be placed under the sun or in semi-shade place with acidic, fertile and moist oil and can be propagated by softwood tip cuttings in May or June through the use of mist or a plastic cover.


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