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Gardenia taitensis Nana, Dwarf Tahitian Gardenia

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 Gardenia taitensis Nana
Family: Rubiaceae
Dwarf Tahitian Gardenia
Origin: Tahiti
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Tahitian Gardenia hybrid with a dwarf growth habit and perfect compact round shape of the bush. At the center of each miniature bloom is a small tuft of petals. Fragrance is intoxicating and heady. Blooms appear throughout the growing season from late winter until fall.

Leaves are much smaller that regular Tahitian Gardenia, and the shrub stays short, can be kept under 3 ft if trimmer, and 4 ft tall if let go.


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Gardenia taitensis Nana, Dwarf Tahitian Gardenia

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Gardenia taitensis Nana, Dwarf Tahitian Gardenia

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Tahitian Gardenia hybrid with a dwarf growth habit and perfect compact round shape of the bush. At the center of each miniature bloom is a small tuft of petals. Fragrance is intoxicating and heady. Blooms appear throughout the growing season from late winter until fall.
Leaves are much smaller that regular Tahitian gardenia, and the shrub stays short, can be kept under 3 ft if trimmer, and 4 ft tall if let go. Perfect for container culture. Plants have good resistance to root diseases that often plague gardenias in container culture.
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Grown in 10"/3 gal pot

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