Deutzia × hybrida Mont Rose

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Buy Deutzia × hybrida Mont Rose deutzia: First rate flowerer

This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: any fertile, well-drained neutral to alkaline soil
  • Rate of growth: fast growing
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Dense clusters of star shaped, rose pink flowers and slender, dark green leaves. This elegant, summer flowering shrub is an excellent specimen plant for smaller gardens. Although best in full sun it tolerates light shade and alkaline soil.

  • Garden care: To encourage a bushy habit tip-prune young plants, either by pinching off the tips of soft shoots or by reducing long leading or lateral shoots by a third. Immediately after flowering, cut back the stems that have flowered to one or two healthy buds.

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Lovely flowering shrub


I bought this shrub last year and planted it in the middle of a sunny border with sandy soil. It survived this years' cold winter really well and flowered in June. Quite a few pretty soft pink flowers and hoping for even more next year as it gets established.

Flower girl



Nice compact shrub - easy to grow


Never tried one of these plants before. Bought late June 2016 planted near front of a sunny border which has mixture of shrubs and hardy perennials. Grew easily and seems set to flower well this summer.


East Anglia



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I bought deuztia Mont rose from you earlier in the year, I have it a large pot, it has never looked very healthy, the leaves are crisp (should they be like this?) and now the leaves are full of tiny holes and being shreded.


These plants rarely suffer from pests and disease, but you could carefully check the foliage to see if there are any signs of insects having a nibble. Crispy leaves however is usually a sign of a lack of water, while the foliage will be dying back at this time of the year. Therefore, the plant may just be doing what is natural for the time of the year - and it may benefit from a bit of extra water during the warmer weather.


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