The most robust is Deutzia scabra, with a sumptuous display of star-shaped white blooms.
This unusual shrub is a relative of our familiar garden shrub, the Hydrangea, and is sometimes called the 'evergreen Hydrangea'.
Hydrangea aspera Villosa Group
This is a very different Hydrangea, which copes well with heat and dryness.
These shrubs thrive in our climate and provide long-lasting blooms, as long as they receive enough water.
This is a rather different Hydrangea, which grows well in Sydney.
These are compact plants with beautiful lacecap flowers.
Sometimes known as mock orange, this is a deciduous shrub for mid- to late-spring blooms.