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Image of Vinca major photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Greater Periwinkle)

Unsurpassed at quickly producing a sea of lush green groundcover, this creeping broadleaf evergreen shrub also offers abundant showy bloom every spring. A Mediterranean native, it was well known by the Romans and spread far and wide by them. Its long lax shoots root at the tips to form large masses of glossy dark green oval leaves. Intensely blue flowers the size of a large coin cover the foliage in late spring. Fertile seed is not produced in cultivation. This somewhat tender shrub is perhaps best...

Image of Vitex trifolia photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Trifoliate Chastetree)

The handsome aromatic foliage of this large upright evergreen shrub is a lovely backdrop for its blue-purple summer flowers. It's native to coastal areas from China southward to northern Australia and the Pacific Islands. The grayish green leaves with fuzzy white undersides are typically divided into three oval leaflets. Crushed foliage releases a peppery scent.

Produced most abundantly in midsummer, but sporadically whenever temperatures are warm, the tiny purple- to lavender-blue flowers are...

(Trifoliate Chastetree)

A large upright shrub native to southeastern Asia and Australia, Vitex trifolia features handsome aromatic foliage and beautiful summer flowers. The leaves of the cultivar 'Fascination' emerge purple and mature to grayish green with fuzzy pale lavender undersides. They are typically divided into three oval leaflets. Crushed foliage releases a peppery scent.

Produced most abundantly in midsummer, but sporadically whenever temperatures are warm, the tiny lavender-purple flowers are held...

(Trifoliate Chastetree)

A large upright shrub native to southeastern Asia and Australia, Vitex trifolia features handsome aromatic foliage and beautiful summer flowers. The leaves of the cultivar 'Purpurea' emerge purple and mature to grayish green with fuzzy pale lavender undersides. They are typically divided into three oval leaflets. Crushed foliage releases a peppery scent.

Produced most abundantly in midsummer, but sporadically whenever temperatures are warm, the tiny lavender-purple flowers are held...

Image of Westringia fruticosa photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Coastal Rosemary)

Featuring rosemary-like leaves, a tough constitution, and nearly constant bloom, this small dense evergreen shrub from eastern Australia makes a good landscape or greenhouse plant. Borne in whorls on silvery stems, the linear green or gray-green leaves have white undersides. The white or pale blue, five-lobed flowers appear year-round in mild climates. Bees throng the flowers. Plants are upright when young, more spreading with age. They take well to pruning. Several cultivars area available including...

(Coastal Rosemary, Morning Light Coastal Rosemary)

A compact, variegated selection of a tough, handsome, evergreen shrub from eastern Australia, 'Morning Light' offers ivory-edged rosemary-like leaves and pretty blooms. Borne in whorls on silvery stems, the linear gray-green leaves have creamy-white margins and white undersides. The white, five-lobed flowers appear primarily in spring on this rather sparsely blooming plant. Bees throng the flowers. This cultivar forms a dense, upright, rounded, waist-high shrub. It takes well to pruning.

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(Dense Logwood)

This graceful, shiny-leaved, broadleaf evergreen from East Asia is a delightful and versatile foliage plant for mild-climate gardens. A large shrub or small tree, it became popular in mid-century California as a reliable, drought resistant evergreen for post-war housing. Bushy and easily sheared to shape when young, it can also be trained as a handsome small tree or left to grow into a large spreading shrub. Young plants are sometimes spiny. The leathery oval leaves are bronze tinted upon emergence,...