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Cheyenne® Mock Orange

Philadelphus lewisii 'PWYO1S'
SKU: HC017432
per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
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Philadelphus lewisii Cheyenne® (Mock Orange) is an award-winning native shrub cultivar chosen for its xeric character and amazing display of white, highly fragrant late spring flowers. Plant this large shrub in part to full sun locations, ideally where its incredible citrus fragrance and visiting pollinators can be enjoyed. A highly adaptable plant that’s both tough and beautiful. 2020 HCG Plant of the Year. A 2001 Plant Select® selection.
key features
Botanical Name
Philadelphus lewisii 'PWYO1S'
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9
Native, Bee Friendly, Fragrant
Soil Moisture
Waterwise, Average
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Morning Sun & Afternoon Shade
Mature Height
72-108" (6-9' tall)
Bloom Time
Late spring


6-9’ tall x 5-8’ wide. Philadelphus lewisii 'Cheyenne® PWYO1S’ (Mock Orange) is an award-winning native shrub grown for its amazing display of large, white fragrant late spring flowers. Cheyenne® is a Plant Select® winner chosen for its exceptional toughness and adaptability to a wide range of growing conditions. Growing in most any type of soil, including clay, this large growing shrub enjoys both sun and partial shade. Late spring blooms and fragrance make this plant especially bee-friendly. Recommended companions include other shrubs like Caryopteris and large ornamental grasses like Panicum (Prairie switchgrass).
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