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Image of Teucrium marum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Can Thyme)

Densely clothed in tiny gray-green leaves whose aroma is irresistible to cats, this dwarf evergreen shrub from the western Mediterranean islands also bears vivid violet-pink flowers in summer. It forms a thyme-like mound of erect stems whose lower reaches are the color of those of lavender (Lavandula). The minute oval gray-green leaves have woolly white undersides and are paired on equally white and wooly stems. From late spring through summer, bee- and butterfly-attracting violet-pink flowers...

Image of Thevetia peruviana photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Lucky Nut, Yellow Oleander)

The willow-like, glossy green leaves and fragrant peachy yellow flowers of this tropical American native provide year-round ornament in mild climates. A small tree in the wild, it grows as a dense shrub in frosty climates or when pruned heavily. The large trumpet-shaped flowers are most prolific from spring to fall, but continue through winter if temperatures remain mild. Borne at the stem tips, they range in color from yellow to warm peach. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Rounded...

Image of Thunbergia grandiflora photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bengal Clockvine, Blue Trumpetvine, Clockvine)

Bengal clockvine is an aggressive evergreen climber with amazingly pretty purpley blue flowers with yellow and white throats. This spring and occasional summer flowering native of India is now naturalized across many parts of tropical Asia and Africa. Its leaves are heart shaped and pleasingly lime green in color.

Bengal clockvine enjoys fertile, well drained sandy and loamy soils that are acidic. Full to partial sun will guarantee a nice floral display. On alkaline soils, or near concrete foundations,...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Athens Blue Glorybush, Hybrid Glorybush)

Selected for its dense compact habit and its profusion of blue-violet flowers during the warm months, this medium-sized to large evergreen shrub is a hybrid of the the Brazilian native Tibouchina urvilleana. It has large, oval-shaped, velvety green leaves with several deep, parallel veins and a tapered point. Beautiful, round, purple to blue-violet, five-petaled flowers appear on new growth at the ends of the branches. They continue sporadically throughout the year in mild conditions, with...

(Hybrid Glorybush, Jules Glorybush)

A hybrid tibouchina selected for its dense dwarf habit and its profusion of blue-violet flowers during the warm months, this small rounded evergreen shrub was bred and introduced by Ken Dunstan of Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia. Its handsome, oval, velvety green leaves have several deep parallel veins and a tapered point. Beautiful, round, purple to blue-violet, five-petaled flowers appear on new growth at the ends of the branches. They continue sporadically throughout the year in mild moist...

Image of Tibouchina granulosa photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Brazilian Glorytree, Purple Glorytree)

Bearing glossy dark green leaves and vibrant violet-purple flowers year round, this large shrub or small tree is native to Brazil and Bolivia. The rounded, five-petaled flowers are borne on new growth, with heaviest bloom in summer and fall. They attract butterflies. Paired along four-winged branches, the rough, leathery, narrowly oval, often drooping leaves are pleated with five depressed veins. If drought or cold occurs, some leaves turn orange and red and then drop.

Grow this cold-tender...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Pink Glorytree)

Bearing glossy dark green leaves, 'Rosea' differs from the regular glorytree species by producing rose-pink flowers year round. The petals have hints of violet and lavender. This large shrub or small tree is native to Brazil and Bolivia. The rounded, five-petaled flowers are borne on new growth, with heaviest bloom in summer and fall. They attract butterflies. Paired along four-winged branches, the rough, leathery, narrowly oval, often drooping leaves are pleated with five depressed veins. If drought...

Image of Turnera ulmifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Yellow Alder)

Buttery yellow blooms cover this small evergreen shrub all year in warm locations. It is native to tropical and subtropical America and naturalized in many other areas.

Verdant paired leaves are concentrated toward the ends of the branches. They are elliptic to lance shaped with toothed edges, deeply impressed veins, and densely white-haired undersides. The lovely five-petaled mallow-like flowers open in the morning and close before dusk to be replaced in abundance the next day. Borne singly...

(Hybrid Blueberry, Misty Blueberry)

A blueberry hybrid for areas with mild winters, 'Misty' is one of the best of the many cultivars deriving from crosses between northern highbush blueberries and blueberries native to the Southeast United States. In late spring and sometimes again in fall it produces large, firm, succulent, light blue fruits. They are preceded by urn-shaped pinkish-white flowers. The attractive blue-tinged semi-evergreen foliage turns red in cold weather. This vigorous upright cultivar eventually forms a tall relatively...

(Hybrid Southern Highbush Blueberry, O'Neal Blueberry)

One of many southern highbush blueberries deriving from crosses between northern highbush blueberries and blueberries native to the Southeast United States, 'O'Neal' produces large, firm, rich dark blue fruits relatively early in the season (mid-spring). It is considered the best flavored of its type. Foliage is grayish green while stems are an attractive red. This spreading evergreen shrub will grow chest to head high. In colder zones, it will drop its leaves after a brilliant red display. It requires...