We love Daphnes of all types, and are they ever getting hard to find ! They are not fast growers, so commercially the big growers find them unprofitable. They are also difficult to grow from cuttings. The scent of Daphne is unequalled. You may notice it in your neighbourhood, and follow the fragrance until you find the little shrub giving it off. They are an investment – it will take a few years to ‘deliver’ , but when it does you will never want to move away from the garden that has your treasured Daphne. They grow in sun or shade , I know from personal experience . They do not like to be moved - dig one up, and it will die. I know that, too. But, transplanting a container-grown Daphne is usually successful. They love our local (Vancouver) soil and climate. We have, in stock now: Daphne tanguitica. This species is totally evergreen, hardy, and slowly forms a 3′ x 3′ mound in bright light. a bit larger in part shade. The flowers are pinky-mauve and sweetly fragrant. $24.99 in a one gallon pot, some with flower buds . We also have plants of Daphne mezereum ‘Alba’ . This is a twiggy, deciduous shrub with stiff branches covered in pure white flowers in February. It grows well in part shade or full sun, and doesn’t mind dryish soil. It has a sweet perfume, and may reach 4′ over many years. $24.99 for well-established , fairly large plants in a one gallon pot.