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John Rickard

(Escallonia, Pink Princess Escallonia)

An attractive and serviceable plant, this upright medium-sized evergreen shrub is a hybrid of Escallonia rosea and Escallonia rubra, both native to southern South America. Its clusters of deep pink flowers open in midsummer against a background of dark glossy leaves. The leaves emit a sweet fragrance in warm weather.

'Fradesii' prefers well drained soil and full sun, with midday shade in hot climates. It tolerates many stresses including drought, salt air, alkaline soil, and hard pruning. Use...

(Escallonia, Newport Dwarf Redclaws)

This is a superior small evergreen shrub for low maintenance landscaping, particularly in the space conscious city garden. It descends from Escallonia rosea and Escallonia rubra, both natives of Chile and Argentina. Growing slowly into a broad, waist-high mound, its upright branches are densely furnished with small, oval, toothed, glossy dark green leaves. The leaves emit a sweet fragrance in warm weather. The clusters of small pink to red flowers are borne in abundance in late...

Image of Eucalyptus cinerea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Argyle Apple, Silver Dollar Tree)

A tidy small tree with handsome evergreen foliage, this well known eucalyptus from eastern Australia is ideal for arid regions where water conservation is paramount. Denser and more compact than most of its eucalypt kin, it is prized for its round silver-gray juvenile leaves. The foliage and stems are coated with a white bloom which gives them an ashen, ghostly appearance. The leaves emit a pleasing fragrance when bruised. Older specimens may produce long lance-shaped leaves. The flowers are insignificant....

Image of Eucalyptus erythrocorys photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Red Capgum)

The large, colorful budcaps and flower clusters of this small multi-trunked tree from Western Australia make it one of the few of its tribe worth growing for its blooms. Appearing most abundantly in summer and fall but sporadically at other seasons, the cross-shaped red buds split open to reveal showy clusters of bristly lemon-yellow flowers that resemble shaving brushes. Large reddish-brown seed capsules follow the flowers. They make an interesting addition to flower arrangements. The willowy,...

(Swamp Mallee)

Elegant fine textured foliage, a dense narrow compact habit, and adaptability to dry or damp conditions distinguish this eucalypt from the rest of its kin. In its native Southwest Australia it is known as swamp mallet for its occurrence in periodically flooded sites. Its narrow ribbon-like gray-green leaves give the tree a hazy look at a distance, which provides effective contrast to coarser plants. The new leaves are often red-tinted. The smooth bark is a beautiful pinkish-gray, shedding in spring...

Image of Euonymus fortunei photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper Euonymus)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

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James H. Schutte

(Canadale Gold Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The cultivar 'Canadale Gold' forms a low dense rounded shrub with oval glossy pale green leaves edged in yellow. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it bears clusters of insignificant greenish flowers, followed by a sparse crop of pinkish fruits that open to reveal fleshy orange seeds. Birds eat and disseminate...

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Jesse Saylor

(Carrierei Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable hardy groundcovers, wintercreeper is a trailing, climbing, or shrubby broadleaf evergreen from China. It is densely furnished with oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that are attractive year-round, sometimes coloring bronze in winter. The leaves of many selections are variegated with ivory, gold, or lime-green markings. Most cultivars grow as creeping groundcovers or self-clinging vines. Shrubby cultivars are also available. Shrubby forms bear clusters...

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James H. Schutte

(Purpleleaf Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. The trailing stems of the cultivar 'Coloratus' spread to form dense mats of oval, glossy green, conspicuously veined leaves that turn purple-red in late autumn and winter. Stems can also climb via rootlike holdfasts. Like most trailing forms of wintercreeper, 'Coloratus' doesn't flower or fruit.

This shade-loving ornamental does well in most conditions except for damp soils....

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Emerald Surprise™ Wintercreeper, Wintercreeper)

One of the best known and most durable broadleaf evergreens, wintercreeper is a hardy groundcover or shrub from China. A mutation of 'Emerald Gaiety,' the cultivar 'Corlutz' (EMERALD SURPRISE™) forms a small rounded shrub with yellow-edged glossy green leaves. Its leaves are slightly larger than those of 'Emerald Gaiety,' and their edges do not turn pink in winter. Its stems will climb by rootlike holdfasts if a suitable surface is available. In late spring and early summer it sometimes bears insignificant...