August 1st, 2012

August 1st, 2012 by Sherri

In front of the Robert Frost House is a group of Summersweet Clethra or Sweet Pepperbush {C. alnifolia} blooming with very fragrant white flower spikes. This is a great addition to the summer garden with deep green summer foliage and additional varieties are available with pink flowers, longer and larger flower spikes as well as varied amounts of compact growing habits.

 Summersweet Clethra or Sweet Pepperbush {C. alnifolia}

 Summersweet Clethra or Sweet Pepperbush {C. alnifolia}

 Summersweet Clethra or Sweet Pepperbush {C. alnifolia} Summersweet Clethra or Sweet Pepperbush {C. alnifolia}

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