by 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
We planted Suzanne in several yards years ago. I never noticed a scent on the flowers. Also to note, pay no attention to their description of it being a compact grower to 3-4 feet. I have seen it easily reach 6 feet in height. After realizing that it did not stay compact at all, we switched to using Loropetalum Purple Diamond and have had better luck with it staying a little lower in height.
Purple Diamond seems to hold leaf color better as well. thanks for the infor ST
Don't you just hate it when the tags describe how the plant grows in a different climate. We have a longer growing season and some of the nice so called petite shrubs really take off here. Then again, a big box store was promoting the annual Lantana as a perennial this spring. The tag must have been for Florida or So. Cal! Go figure...
I'm sure you've heard the expression, the plants don't read the books!