Marmalade is a strong plant that supports truly double marmalade orange blooms. The color of the blooms is two toned. On some days, and in different light, it will look more tangerine-orange, but on most, it will look just like fresh marmalade from the jar spread onto your Sunday morning toast.
Wissahickon brightens up dark, shady areas with it's shiny foliage. Pure white blooms emerge from peachy-pink buds in late spring and bloom consistently through late July and even into August. A slower spreader, this new selection is great for under planting in areas where large, evergreen shrubs have shaded the area beneath them.