Daphne is a broadleaf evergreen shrub that usually grows to 3-4ft tall and 2-4ft wide. Dark green leaves are leathery and elongated (4" long). There are some varieties that have a thin leaf such as Carol Mackie or Eternal Fragrance, some have variegated leaves, and some will bloom more than just in the spring like the Daphne transatlantica ‘Summer Ice’ that can bloom almost 6 months. Whiteish-purple to a reddish-pink flower with pale pink to white insides in clusters have an intoxicating fragrance. Flowers bloom in late February through April. Very rarely do these shrubs produce red fruits, but it they do they appear in July/August.