Filling the nursery with scent and reminiscent of summer holidays, the sweet heady scent of Myrtus (Myrtle).
All Myrtus form a rounded shrub with evergreen small pointed leaves and produce profusely scented white flowers with prominent stamens in June – August. We have in stock:
- Myrtus communis is known as Common Myrtle and often used in wedding bouquets
- Myrtus communis tarentina has smaller leaves than communis. Can be used for topiary
- Myrtus communis ‘Variegata’ has creamy-white variegated leaves
Great for coastal gardens, in pots, for topiary and for filling a garden with scent.
- Half standards
Myrtus communis Myrtus communis tarentina Myrtus communis ‘Variegata’