We trialed this Caryopteris on our farm in 2018, and fell in love. The first three photos are from Danziger, and the next two are from our own high tunnel. We planted, gave them a pinch, and stood back. They are a short day flower, blooming around the same time as Salvia leucantha and chrysanthemums, when a new crop is most appreciated. They are very long lasting as well.
Give them at least a square foot of growing space if not a little more, and they will fill it up. This is a selection of Caryopteris incana which is generally considered hardy to zone 5. As with most Danziger products, extensive testing in 4-season climates has not been tested, as they breed primarily for equatorial flower farms. 8-10 stems per plant can be expected.
This is grown in a HALF TRAY.
TWO OF THESE 51-CELL "STRIP TRAYS" TAKE UP THE SPACE OF 1 STANDARD TRAY FOR SHIPPING PURPOSES.