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Bosh Bruening

(Japanese Euonymus, Littleleaf Japanese Spindletree)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Resembling common boxwood in its small, narrow, deep-green leaves and its dwarf upright habit, the cultivar 'Microphyllus' looks great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree cultivars, 'Microphyllus' rarely if ever fruits.

This relatively cold-tender shrub tolerates...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Euonymus, Sunny Delight® Spindletree)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen native to eastern Asia. Somewhat slow growing, it eventually forms a large shrub or small tree. The lustrous leathery oval leaves look great year-round. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring to early summer followed by rose-hued fruits that open to reveal orange-red seeds (arils). Most cultivated specimens bear little or no fruit. Many cultivars are grown, including...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Euonymus, Silver Princess™ Japanese Euonymus)

Popular in gardens since Victorian times, Japanese spindletree is a dense, oval to pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. Resembling variegated common boxwood in its small, white-rimmed, deep-green leaves and its dwarf upright habit, Silver Princess™ looks great year-round. The leaves and habit are both slightly larger than those of the cultivar 'Microphyllus Albomarginata'. Insignificant yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Euonymus, Silver King Japanese Spindletree)

The large to medium-sized Japanese spindletree ‘Silver King’ is an exceptional variegated form. The eye-catching upright, bushy, evergreen shrub is also tough and can withstand heat and short bouts of drought. The elliptical leaves are glossy and very dark green with broad irregular edges of ivory and pale yellow. They densely clothe the branches and will add bright color to any winter landscape. Small yellow vinegar-scented flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Like most Japanese spindletree...

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Mark A. Miller

(Evergreen Spindletree)

Glossy green foliage is a handsome backdrop to both the evergreen spindletree's clusters of yellow green flowers and the light orange-yellow fruits that follow. This variable large shrub to small tree is a broadleaf evergreen native to the woodlands of western China. Its smooth, dark gray to dark gray-brown bark is contrasted by its young branch twigs which are green. It forms a rounded but upright shape.

The folages is a rich glossy green and are pleasant tapering ovals. In late spring to summer,...

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Jessie Keith

(Gray-leaved Euryops)

Yellow bush daisy is a small, sturdy, broadleaf evergreen shrub from South Africa bearing cheery yellow daisies from late spring to fall, or year round in greenhouses. The handsome, finely divided leaves are hairy and gray-green, often silvery-white during the cool and/or dry season. Leaves are more green when wettened after a rainfall.

This shrub needs very well drained, fertile soil in full sun. It is suitable for rock gardens, containers, and shrub borders where hardy; otherwise it can be...

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James Burghardt

(Cape Daisy, Dwarf Cape Daisy, Gray-leaved Euryops, Munchkin Euryops)

Yellow bush daisy is a tender broadleaf evergreen shrub from South Africa. The compact selection 'Munchkin' produces its bright yellow daisies on plants that reach only waist high. Flowering continues year round in frost-free climates. Plants have upright stems with fuzzy, finely divided, gray-green leaves spaced along their length. They sometimes lose their lower foliage as they age, revealing the tan colored stems. The 4cm (1.5 inch) wide blooms are held above the foliage on fine, stiff stalks....

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John Rickard

(Golden Shrub Daisy)

Selected and named for the rich deep green color of its finely divided leaves, this small, sturdy, broadleaf evergreen shrub bears cheery yellow daisies on short stems from late spring to fall, or year round if winter temperatures are mild (as in its native South Africa).

This shrub needs very well drained, fertile soil in full sun. It is suitable for rock gardens, containers, and shrub borders where hardy; otherwise it can be grown in an alpine house or cool greenhouse. It makes an excellent...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Curtain Fig, Glossy-leaved Fig)

Beautiful, vigorous, and narrower in leaf and in habit than most other forms of curtain fig, this broadleaf evergreen from East Asia, Australia, and the South Pacific is a popular tree for warm climates. It’s often grown in coastal communities where conditions are largely frost free. The trees are fast growing and tightly branched with leathery oval rich green leaves. New leaves may be pink or chartreuse. Its attractive bark is smooth and whitish gray providing a lovely contrast to the foliage....

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Felder Rushing

(Cape Jessamine, Gardenia)

Best known for its lush foliage, rounded habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers, this East Asian native is a superb evergreen shrub for warmer climate gardens. Its neat, dense form and glossy, dark green leaves provide landscape interest year round. From late spring to summer it produces many large, waxy, ivory flowers whose powerful fragrance permeates the garden. Flowers may be single, semi-double or double depending on the cultivar. Dwarf, cold-hardy, and variegated cultivars are also available....