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(Siskiyou Kalmiopsis)

Deriving its generic name from its mountain-laurel-like blooms, this small evergreen shrub is a rare endemic of dry sunny ridges in the Siskiyou Mountains of southwestern Oregon. It is sometimes confused in commerce with the closely related and even rarer Kalmiopsis fragrans. Neither species takes readily to cultivation.

The dark green, leathery, oval leaves of Siskiyou kalmiopsis are densely borne on low, upright, purplish or gray stems. The foliage is mildly fragrant. Clusters of...

(Marcel le Piniec Siskiyou Kalmiopsis)

The generic name of the Siskiyou kalmiopsis refers to its flowers, which resemble those of mountain laurel (Kalmia latifolia). Kalmiopsis leachiana is a small evergreen shrub native only to the dry sunny ridges across southwest Oregon's Siskiyou Mountains. The cultivar 'Marcel Le Piniec' displays smaller leaves with a glossy, dark green color. Its star-shaped blossoms are bubblegum pink.

The leathery, oval leaves of kalmiopsis are densely borne on low, upright, purplish or...

(Shooting Star Siskiyou Kalmiopsis)

Deriving its generic name from its mountain-laurel-like blooms, Kalmiopsis leachiana is a small evergreen shrub endemic to dry sunny ridges in the Siskiyou Mountains of southwestern Oregon. Its cultivar 'Shooting Star' has star-shaped blooms.

The dark green, leathery, oval leaves of Siskiyou kalmiopsis are densely borne on low, upright, purplish or gray stems. The foliage is mildly fragrant. Clusters of as many as 15 small, purple-pink flowers appear at the stem tips in spring. The...

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Jessie Keith

(Coastal Doghobble)

Glossy evergreen foliage and attractive spring flowers are among the ornamental merits of this low arching shrub from the Southeast United States. It spreads gradually by suckers to form thickets.

The smooth, zig-zag, purple-flushed green stems are furnished with finely toothed, oval, dark green leaves that taper to a point. In mid to late spring, clusters of white, urn-shaped flowers droop from the leaf axils. In autumn the foliage can become bronzed, deepening in winter's cold.

Grow coastal...

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(Coastal Doghobble, Curly Red Doghobble)

Featuring colorful, contorted foliage and a compact habit, 'Curly Red' is one the most distinctive and ornamental cultivars of drooping leucothoe, an evergreen shrub from the Southeast United States. The smooth, purple-flushed green stems are densely furnished with curled, puckered leaves that are significantly smaller than normal. The leaves are red and purple when new, mature to dark green in summer, and turn burgundy and bronze in fall. This non-blooming cultivar slowly forms a rounded, calf-high...

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James H. Schutte

(Drooping Leucothoe, Fetterbush, Highland Doghobble)

The hallmark of drooping leucothoe is its elegantly arching branches lined with lustrous, dark green foliage. In spring, this suckering broadleaf evergreen shrub also produces oddly scented white flowers. Shade loving and naturalistic in form, it is native to the southeastern United States where it inhabits hilly, mountainous woodlands with fertile, acid soil.

The long, tapered leaves are dark green, glossy and leathery to the touch. When they first emerge in early spring, they are glossy red....

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James Burghardt

(Drooping Leucothoe, Fetterbush, Highland Doghobble)

The hallmark of drooping leucothoe is its elegantly arching branches lined with lustrous, foliage. The variegated, 'Girard's Rainbow' , is an especially colorful selection that brightens shaded gardens. Shade loving and naturalistic in form, Leucothoe fontanesiana is native to the southeastern United States where it inhabits hilly, mountainous woodlands with fertile, acid soil.

The long, tapered leaves are glossy, leathery and have toothed edges. When they first emerge in early spring,...

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Russell Stafford

(Doghobble, Drooping Leucothoe, Fetterbush, Scarletta Leucothoe)

The hallmark of drooping leucothoe is its elegantly arching branches lined with lustrous, foliage. Glossy, red-toned leaves of Scarletta are especially colorful. Shade loving and naturalistic in form, Leucothoe fontanesiana is native to the southeastern United States where it inhabits hilly, mountainous woodlands with fertile, acid soil.

The long, tapered leaves are glossy, leathery and have toothed edges. When they first emerge in early spring, they are glossy red and as they age...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Leucothoe, Royal Ruby Japanese Leucothoe)

Producing the largest of all the ornamental leucothoe, Royal Ruby Japanese leucothoe's fragrant white flowers appear in summer, and the beautiful young red foliage again becomes reddened in the chill of fall and winter. A low-growing, sprawling, broadleaf evergreen shrub that has a lightly arching habit, this species is native to the woodlands of Japan.

The dark green, glossy leaves first emerge with luminous, shiny red hues. Each beautiful leaf blade is long but a slender, tapered oval that...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....