very unusual (and uncommon) Daphne relative used in the making of high-end paper
products in China. Stems are very pliable and can be tied in knots. Smaller
leaves, stems, and flowers than the E. chrysantha but equally as beautiful
deserving its own place in the garden. Since overall size is smaller this plant
can be sighted in more confined space. Bright yellow clusters of flowers
at tips of each branch in winter with green leaves in summer. I find the
daintiness of this plant (compared to chrysantha) to be very attractive.
If I had to choose between planting E. chrysantha or E. papyrifera, I could
easily come to a quick decision. I would just plant them both! Deciduous Zones 7-9
4 in. "Little Polly Pots"
#2 (2 gallon)
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