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Image of Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis photo by: TL

TL

(Himalayan Sweet Box, Sweet Box)

The compact, spreading habit of dwarf sweet box makes it one of the most versatile and desirable forms for the landscape. It is like standard box in all other ways and remains beautifully evergreen all season long.

Lovers of fragrant plants take note! The small white flowers of this exceptional evergreen offer intoxicating fragrance very early in the season. Sweet box is a sprawling, densely foliated shrub that spreads via rhizomes and can form a thicket if left unmaintained. It is native to...

Image of Sarcococca ruscifolia photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Sweet Box)

Lovers of fragrance take note! Few shrubs can raise the spirits in winter as much as this small broadleaf evergreen from China. The handsome foliage hides the tiny white late-winter to early-spring flowers from view – but it doesn't mask their intense, intoxicatingly sweet fragrance. A welcome winter feature in their own right, the oval, glossy, dark green leaves are densely borne on broadly arching green stems. The clustered blossoms appear in the leaf axils. Both male and female flowers are borne...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Schefflera)

Its lush spoked evergreen leaves and ease of care have long made umbrella plant (Schefflera actinophylla) a popular subject for containers and tropical gardens. Its hybrid 'Amate' improves on its parent in its superior pest and disease resistant and its sterile flowers. The round shiny dark green leaves with whorled, narrowly elliptic leaflets are attached by long stalks to upright stems, giving plants an airy, tiered look. The smooth gray bark is attractive. Plants form small trees in tropical...

Image of Schefflera arboricola photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Arboricola, Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Hawaiian or dwarf schefflera is a medium to large evergreen shrub which is native to the subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green leaves are hand-shaped (palmate) with seven to eleven leaflets radiating out from a midpoint. The leaves are arranged all along the stems, which are waxy, succulent and green when new, becoming tan and semi-woody when old. The stems can mildly warp around objects as they grow, becoming a pseudo-vine. If the leaves or stems are crushed or cut, a pungent fragrance...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dazzle Dwarf Schefflera, Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera ‘Dazzle' is a large, vine-like evergreen shrub native to subtropical forests of Taiwan. The decoratively blotched glossy green and light yellow hand-like leaves cover dense stems and smell of pungent fresh black pepper if crushed or pruned. In tropical climates it produces elongated flower clusters which mature to cascading clusters of showy maroon-orange to black berries.

Hawaiian schefflera is often used as a landscape shrub in warm, frost-free areas and as an...

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Gold Capella Dwarf Schefflera, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera)

Hawaiian or dwarf schefflera is a medium to large evergreen shrub from the subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green leaves of the cultivar 'Gold Capella' are marbled and blotched with creamy yellow variegation. The leaves are hand-shaped (palmate) with seven to eleven leaflets radiating from a midpoint. The long-stalked leaves are arranged all along the stems, which are waxy, succulent and green when new, becoming tan and semi-woody when old. The stems can weakly twine around objects as they...

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Manila Ripple Dwarf Schefflera, Schefflera)

Hawaiian or dwarf schefflera is a medium to large evergreen shrub which is native to the subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green leaves are hand-shaped (palmate) with seven to eleven leaflets radiating out from a midpoint. The leaves are arranged all along the stems, which are waxy, succulent and green when new, becoming tan and semi-woody when old. The stems can mildly warp around objects as they grow, becoming a pseudo-vine. If the leaves or stems are crushed or cut, a pungent fragrance...

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Holly Chichester

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera, Trinetta Dwarf Schefflera)

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera ‘Trinetta’ is a large evergreen shrub native to subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green, yellow and cream hand-like leaves cover dense stems and smell of pungent fresh black pepper if crushed or pruned. In tropical climates it produces elongated flower clusters which mature to cascading clusters of showy maroon-orange to black berries.

Hawaiian schefflera is often used as a landscape shrub in warm, frost-free areas and as an interior plant in cooler zones....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera, Variegated Dwarf Schefflera)

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera ‘Trinetta’ is a large evergreen shrub native to subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green, hand-like leaves with occasional blotches of yellow cover dense stems and smell of pungent fresh black pepper if crushed or pruned. In tropical climates it produces elongated flower clusters which mature to cascading clusters of showy maroon-orange to black berries.

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera is often used as a landscape shrub in warm, frost-free areas and as an...

Image of Senna artemisioides ssp. artemisioides photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Feathery Cassia, Silvery Cassia)

This silvery, bright-flowered, low evergreen shrub from the arid interior of Australia is a versatile filler and accent for dryland gardens. Its spreading or prostrate, gray-green branches are rather sparsely furnished with downy silver-gray "leaves" that are actually expanded leaf stems. Small clusters of sunny yellow flowers appear late in the year, continuing for many weeks. The blooms are followed by rusty-brown, flat pods that some gardeners consider attractive (and others find offensive). Plants...