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(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit, slow growth and exceptional hardiness set this vigorous Pittosporum apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist,...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A very compact habit, slow growth rate and beautiful blotchy variegated foliage set ‘Lauralee’ apart from the others. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist,...

(Dwarf Japanese Cheesewood, Japanese Cheesewood)

A super compact habit, slow growth rate set this Pittosporum apart. It is a functional and pretty little mounded shrub for warm climes. Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit, slow growth and beautifully variegated foliage set this Pittosporum apart from the rest. This functional and pretty mounded shrub is ideal for landscapes where winters are mild.

Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. The pretty leaves have irregular pale yellow edges and look great all season. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Cheesewood, Variegated Mock Orange)

Japanese mock orange is a large, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Variegatum' bears whorls of glossy, leathery, gray-green leaves with irregular creamy-white margins. Terminal clusters of ivory-white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring (or in winter under glass), followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

Japanese mock orange prefers sun or partial shade and moist, fertile, well drained soil. It is highly salt tolerant....

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Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Cheesewood, Wheeler's Dwarf Mock Orange)

Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Wheeler's Dwarf' bear whorls of glossy, leathery, oval leaves on low, compact branches. Terminal clusters of creamy-white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant flowers appear in spring, followed by orange pea-sized fruit that opens to reveal red seeds.

'Wheeler's Dwarf' prefers sun or partial shade and moist, fertile, well drained soil. It is highly salt tolerant. Use it in shrub borders, foundation plantings,...

(Japanese Cheesewood)

A compact habit, slow growth and beautifully variegated foliage set this Pittosporum apart from the rest. This functional and pretty shrub is ideal for landscapes where winters are mild.

Japanese mock orange is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its thick branches bear dense whorls of large, glossy, leathery, oval leaves. The pretty mottled leaves have irregular creamy edges and look great all season. Terminal clusters of creamy white, bell-shaped, sweetly fragrant...

Image of Podocarpus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Podocarp)

Podocarpus is a large genus of over 100 species of evergreen trees and shrubs native to the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the world. The plants are coniferous, bearing reproductive cones and mostly dioecious which means male and female cones are produced on separate plants. The male flowers are yellow or red on catkin-like (pendent flower spikes) cones borne among the leaves or at the ends of the branches. The female flowers are green and produced on scaly cones. The fruit is fleshy,...

Image of Protea photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Protea)

More commonly called sugarbushes, approximately 110 species populate the genus Protea. These broadleaf evergreen shrubs to very small trees naturally inhabit rocky places and dry bushland in Sub-Saharan Africa all the way to the Cape of Good Hope. The name "protea" derives from the Greek sea-god named Proteus, who assumed many physical forms.

The leathery leaves of Protea species vary in shape according to species, but range from rounded ovals to lances or narrow linear forms....

Image of Prunus caroliniana photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Carolina Cherrylaurel)

Carolina cherry laurel is a large pyramidal evergreen shrub or small tree native to the southeastern U.S. Its lustrous dark green foliage is attractive year round and takes well to shearing. Clusters of small, unpleasantly fragrant, creamy white flowers bloom in late winter to midspring. Glossy black cherry-like fruit follows, which is relished and disseminated by birds. Several compact cultivars of Carolina cherry laurel are available.

Carolina cherry laurel succeeds in well drained soil in...