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Image of Cordyline australis

John Rickard

(Cabbage Tree, Cordyline, Dracaena, Sundance Cordyline)

A New Zealand native, cabbage tree is a fast growing woody evergreen with long sword-shaped leaves. The cultivar 'Sundance' has green leaves with pink midribs and bases. The upper leaves are erect or arching; the lower leaves droop. Although it can form a small palm-like tree, it is often grown as a shrub or container plant. Large panicles of small fragrant white flowers appear on mature plants in late spring and summer, followed by small white blue-tinged fruits.

Cordyline thrives in deep, well-drained...

Image of Cordyline fruticosa photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Good Luck Tree, Hawaiian Ti, Tiplant)

Hawaiian Ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a palm tree that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves which can be dark green, red, yellow, pink or variegated. More intense colors are produced in full sun, although some cultivars cannot handle intense sunrays. White to purple flowers appear in summer followed by red berries. The ti is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive.

Place ti in a moist well-draining...

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Jessie Keith

(Hawaiian Ti, Kiwi Ti, Tiplant)

Hawaiian Ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a palm tree that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves which can be dark green, red, yellow, pink or variegated. More intense colors are produced in full sun, although some cultivars cannot handle intense sunrays. White to purple flowers appear in summer followed by red berries. The ti is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive.

Place ti in a moist well-draining...

(Hawaiian Ti, Red Edge Ti, Tiplant)

Hawaiian Ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a palm tree that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves which can be dark green, red, yellow, pink or variegated. More intense colors are produced in full sun, although some cultivars cannot handle intense sunrays. White to purple flowers appear in summer followed by red berries. The ti is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive.

Place ti in a moist well-draining...

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Holly Chichester

(Good Luck Tree, Hawaiian Ti, Red Sister Ti, Tiplant)

'Red Sister' develops pink, plum, maroon and deep burgundy foliage. Hawaiian ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a short palm that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves. More intense colors are produced in full sun, however this cultivar should not be in intense hot sunlight during the middle of the day. The ti plant is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive. In temperate regions, it is frequently grown as...

Image of Cotoneaster salicifolius photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Willowleaf Cotoneaster)

Great drought tolerance and pretty red fruits that accentuate the glossy leaves well into winter make willowleaf cotoneaster a plant deserving more use as a groundcover or tall screen. A native of the Himalayas and western China, this typically evergreen plant has a spreading form with long, gently arching branches. In spring fragrant white flowers are borne in clusters that will develop into small, showy red berries. When cooler temperatures arrive in autumn, the green leaves change to an attractive...

(Emerald Carpet™ Willowleaf Cotoneaster, Willowleaf Cotoneaster)

Willowleaf cotoneaster is a graceful evergreen that arches and spreads that is native to the Himalayas, northern India and China. Willowleaf cotoneaster widely varies between its cultivars in regards to its size and growth habit.

The cultivar 'Moner' or 'Emerald Carpet' is a low compact, creeping form with smaller oval leaves that reveals white blossoms in spring and bright red, elongated berries from fall to winter. Prefers full to part sun and well draining sandy loam. Plant in rock gardens...

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Mark Kane

(Creeping Willowleaf Cotoneaster, Willowleaf Cotoneaster)

Willowleaf cotoneaster is a graceful evergreen shrub that has an arching to spreading habit. It originates from the Himalayas, northern India and China. The cultivar 'Repens' is a mid-sized selection with a creeping habit. It is often grafted to the leader of a taller, more upright form of Cotoneaster to accentuate its trailing, weeping habit. Small, five-petaled, white-pink flowers appear along its leafy branches in spring. These are followed by bright red, elongated berries in fall that often persist...

(Spring Herald Daphne)

British nurseryman Robin White crossed Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ with Daphne acutiloba ‘Fragrant Cloud’ to create the pretty shrub 'Spring Herald'. This hybrid daphne has a bushy, upright but slightly rounded habit. Over a long period from midwinter to late spring, clove-scented flowers grace the branch tips. It's semi-deciduous, although retains more foliage in mild winter regions.

The lance-shaped deep green leaves are satin-glossy and leathery in texture. Winter...

(Daphne)

Beautiful glossy leaves, purplish-sienna branches, white flowers and red fruits comprise the ornamental repertoire of the acutiloba daphne. This evergreen shrub is native to the highland forests of western and central China. It grows about chest-high with an upright, open, and loosely oval silhouette.

The long, lance-shaped leaves are an attractive glossy emerald green. The leaves' color contrasts the striking purplish-maroon color of the branches. In mid- to late spring, branch tips beat clusters...