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James H. Schutte

(Korean Boxwood, Winter Beauty Korean Boxwood)

The compact Korean boxwood 'Winter Beauty' is one of the hardiest boxwoods around and maintains a better green color in winter. It is also notably pest and disease resistant. This broadleaf evergreen shrub has a dense, rounded habit and takes well to pruning and shearing. Buxus sinica var. insularis originates from the mountain forests of the Korean Peninsula and northern China.

Small, oval, deep glossy green foliage covers this shrub all season but may turn yellow or bronzy brown...

Image of Buxus sinica var. insularis

James H. Schutte

(Korean Boxwood, Wintergreen Korean Boxwood)

The compact Korean boxwood 'Wintergreen' is very hardy and maintains good green color in winter. It is also noted for its resistance to the three worst boxwood insect pests, boxwood leaf miner, boxwood mite and psyllids. This broadleaf evergreen shrub has a dense, rounded habit and takes well to pruning and shearing. Buxus sinica var. insularis originates from the mountain forests of the Korean Peninsula and northern China.

Small, oval, deep glossy green foliage covers this shrub all...

Image of Callistemon citrinus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Crimson Bottlebrush)

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

Image of Callistemon citrinus

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Compact Crimson Bottlebrush, Crimson Bottlebrush)

Named and grown for its fuzzy spikes of bright red flowers, crimson bottlebrush is a large, spreading, evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Australia. It has stiff, flat, narrow, lance-shaped, green leaves which are coppery colored when young and which emit a lemony aroma when crushed. The flowers appear in heaviest abundance in spring and summer, attracting hummingbirds. The fruits are cup-shaped, small and woody and release hundreds of tiny seeds. The bark is gray to grayish brown in...

Image of Callistemon viminalis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Weeping Bottlebrush)

Usually grown as a small multi-stemmed tree or large shrub, this narrow-leaved evergreen from eastern Australia has weeping branches that produce fuzzy clusters of bright red flowers in spring and sporadically thereafter. Its light-green leaves are flushed with bronze when new. Several cultivars are available, including the dwarf 'Little John'.

Grow weeping bottlebrush in full sun and well-drained fertile soil. A nice specimen tree for the border or patio, it can also be massed for screening....

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John Rickard

(Little John Dwarf Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)

Often grown as a small multi-stemmed tree, weeping bottlebrush is a narrow-leaved evergreen native to eastern Australia. Its dwarf cultivar 'Little John' offers the same bright red fuzzy flower clusters but on a dwarf, dense, rounded shrub. The hummingbird-attracting flowers continue through much of the year. The blue-green leaves are flushed with bronze when new.

Grow 'Little John' in full sun and well-drained fertile soil. A nice specimen tree for the border or patio, it can also be used as...

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James H. Schutte

(Alaska Camellia, Hybrid Camellia)

A hybrid camellia of unknown parentage, 'Alaska' bears medium-sized, semi-double, white flowers from late midwinter to very early spring, midway in the camellia bloom season.

This vigorous, upright, medium to large shrub has ascending branches and glossy, oval, dark-green leaves. The blossoms have fluted petals and a central cluster of numerous white stamens with yellow anthers. The outer petals are larger and broader than the inner ones.

Camellias are broadleaf evergreens from warm temperate...

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Mark A. Miller

(Ashton's Pride Camellia, Hybrid Camellia)

This exceptionally hardy camellia bears numerous pale pink flowers in late autumn. A hybrid of Camellia sasanqua 'Santozaki' and C. oleifera 'Plain Jane', 'Ashton's Pride' is one of many hardy camellias developed by William L. Ackerman of the United States National Arboretum in Washington, DC. Ackerman crossed the hardy Chinese species C. oleifera with tender camellias to produce a group of beautiful and tough hybrids.

This vigorously growing, medium...

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John Rickard

(Beautiful Day Camellia, Reticulata Hybrid Camellia)

The camellia 'Beautiful Day' produces ruffled, creamy-pink blooms in late winter. This hybrid of Camellia reticulata 'Crimson Robe' originated at Heartwood Nursery, Fort Bragg, California. It gradually forms a medium to large, upright shrub with lustrous dark-green, oval, sawtooth-edged leaves. The double blooms emerge from rose-like buds over several weeks beginning in midwinter.

Camellias are broadleaf evergreens from warm temperate regions of eastern Asia. They are prized for their...