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Holly Chichester

(Song-of-India)

Dracaena reflexa is a tender evergreen shrub or small tree native to Madagascar and Mauritius. The rich green lance-shaped arching leaves spiral the upright stems from base to tip. Mature plants may bear large clusters of greenish-white flowers. Grow this plant as a multi-stemmed shrub or as a small tree pruned to a short trunk.

This handsome and durable plant does well in partial shade and a well-drained but not overly dry growing medium. It makes an excellent subject for a tropical...

(Song-of-India)

Dracaena reflexa is a tender evergreen shrub or small tree native to Madagascar and Mauritius. The rich green lance-shaped arching leaves spiral the upright stems from base to tip. Mature plants may bear large clusters of greenish-white flowers. Grow this plant as a multi-stemmed shrub or as a small tree pruned to a short trunk.

This handsome and durable plant does well in partial shade and a well-drained but not overly dry growing medium. It makes an excellent subject for a tropical...

Image of Duranta photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Duranta)

Comprising more than 30 evergreen shrubs and small trees, Duranta is represented in gardens primarily by the pigeon berry, D. erecta. Most durantas bear loose clusters of tubular blue or purple flowers with flaring tips, followed by showy chains of white, yellow, or orange bead-like fruits. The simple, usually ovate, and often toothed leaves are paired or whorled. The stems are typically arching and spiny. Hybrids and cultivars of Duranta erecta abound, varying...

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Plant Select®

(Dwarf Blue Rabbitbrush, Rubber Rabbitbush)

The bright blooms of this small, drought resistant evergreen shrub color the plains and deserts of western North America in late summer and early fall. Its upright, branching, knee-high to head-high stems are furnished with narrow, fuzzy, silvery or green leaves. The lower branches of this dense mounding shrub may become barren with age. Clusters of frothy, brilliant yellow flowers envelop the plant in late summer and early fall, providing valuable nectar for bees and butterflies. Flowers are followed...

(Rubber Rabbitbush, Tall Blue Rabbitbush)

The bright blooms of this small, drought resistant evergreen shrub color the plains and mountains of western North America in late summer and early fall. Its upright, branching, knee-high to head-high stems are furnished with narrow, fuzzy, silvery or green leaves. The lower branches of this dense mounding shrub may become barren with age. Clusters of frothy, brilliant yellow flowers envelop the plant in late summer and early fall, providing valuable nectar for bees and butterflies. Flowers are followed...

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Jessie Keith

(Coppertone Loquat, Loquat)

Prized for its handsome evergreen foliage and tasty fruits, loquat is a broad, spreading tree or large shrub from eastern Asia. The large, oval, deeply veined leaves of 'Coppertone' are pinkish tan when new. The mature leaves are glossy dark green above and pale and felted below. This hybrid bears steepled clusters of fragrant but unimpressive pink flowers in late autumn and fuzzy, peachy yellow, golfball-sized fruit in early spring. The tart-sweet fruits are used for preserves, baking, or eating...

(Canary Island's Wallflower)

Little known but deserving notice for its beauty and drought resistance, this low evergreen shrub from the mountains of the Canary Islands makes a fine plant for dryland gardens. Bushy clumps of narrow lance shaped blue green leaves give rise to numerous spires of beautiful rose-pink flowers in late winter and early spring. The flowers have a mild sweet fragrance.

This sun-loving plant grows best in well drained, neutral to slightly alkaline soil. It is surprisingly cold hardy if given protection...

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Felder Rushing

(Apple Blossom Escallonia, Escallonia)

Bearing masses of pretty flowers over a long season, this medium-sized, dense evergreen shrub makes a handsome four-season ornamental for gardens with relatively mild winters. A hybrid dating from the early twentieth century, it has upright, sometimes sprawling branches set with small, narrowly oval, glossy dark green leaves. Plants may sucker modestly from the base. Opening from pink buds, the clustered soft-pink and white flowers appear in abundance in late spring and more sparingly through much...

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John Rickard

(Dwarf Red Redclaws, Escallonia)

Bearing masses of pretty flowers over a long season, this dense, small to medium-sized, evergreen shrub makes a handsome four-season ornamental for gardens with relatively mild winters. A hybrid that traces its ancestry to species from South America, it has erect branches set with small, narrowly oval, glossy dark green leaves. Clusters of small, five-lobed, rosy-red flowers are borne in abundance in late spring and more sparingly through much of summer.

This sun-loving shrub prefers well-drained,...

(Escallonia)

An attractive and serviceable plant, this large upright evergreen shrub is a hybrid of Escallonia rosea and Escallonia rubra, both native to southern South America. Clusters of pink buds open to white flowers in summer, against a background of dark glossy leaves with pale undersides. The small, oval, toothed leaves emit a sweet fragrance in warm weather.

This shrub prefers well drained soil and full sun, with midday shade in hot climates. It tolerates many stresses including drought,...