This is the less common white form of the deservedly popular February Daphne. It's February as I'm writing this and there are fat white buds studding the bare vertical stems just like it is supposed to be doing. We have Kelly's East Coast brother from another mother, Daphne Master Jon Knight to thank for these plants. This a tough plant and very good in the garden with a vertical vase-shaped habit and early spring reason-to-live gloom-of-winter dispelling white flowers which are followed later in summer by orange-red berries. Good with Hellebores, Corydalis solida, Hepatica and Pulmonaria angustifolia for a delightful spring showing.