'Jacqueline Postill' is an outstanding form of the species Daphne bholua and brings a splash of cheerful colour to the garden in winter.
It has an upright habit and should reach a mature height of up to 2.5m in the longer term, and a spread of up to 1m.
The highly-scented purple-pink flowers appear in late January or February - sometimes earlier in mild winters. They are long-lasting.
The leaves are evergreen or semi-evergreen, and are long, pointed and broadly lance-shaped.
Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' was raised by Alan Postill from a seedling of Daphne bholua 'Gurkhal' from the famous Hillier Arboretum in Hampshire England, and named after his wife.