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James H. Schutte

(Common Cherrylaurel)

Cherry laurel is a large, wide-spreading, dense, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Its large, leathery, shiny, dark green leaves provide a nice foil for its spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. Black fruits follow the flowers. Many cultivars of cherry laurel are available, including numerous compact selections.

Cherry laurel prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soil, accepts sun or shade, and tolerates salt spray. It excels as a hedge or screen, or in the mixed...

Image of Prunus lusitanica photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Common Cherrylaurel)

A superb plant for screens and hedges, Portugal laurel features dense, lush evergreen foliage and pretty white flower spikes in late spring. Native to southwestern Europe, this broadleaf evergreen is often pruned to maintain a shrub-like habit, or may be limbed up to form a shade tree. Its glossy, oblong, dark green leaves are held on red stems and have a leathery texture. Long, tapering spikes of white flowers appear at the branch tips in late spring. The fragrant blooms are pollinated by bees,...

Image of Psidium guajava photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Goiabeira , Guava)

Widely planted and naturalized in its native tropical America and in many other warm regions of the world, this tender evergreen shrub or small tree is prized for its delicious yellow-skinned, pink- or yellow-fleshed fruits, which are wonderful fresh and in preserves and juices. Ripening from fall into winter, the fragrant, round to pear-shaped, apple-sized, seedy fruits are preceded in early summer by mildly fragrant white flowers that have a boss of central stamens. Plants are self-fruitful, requiring...

(Goiabeira , Guava)

Widely planted and naturalized in its native tropical America and in many other warm regions of the world, this tender evergreen shrub or small tree is prized for its delicious yellow-skinned, pink- or yellow-fleshed fruits, which are wonderful fresh and in preserves and juices. Ripening from fall into winter, the fragrant, round to pear-shaped, apple-sized, seedy fruits are preceded in early summer by mildly fragrant white flowers that have a boss of central stamens. Plants are self-fruitful, requiring...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Fiery Cascade Firethorn, Firethorn)

Super heavy crops of small, bright orange fruits cover ‘Fiery Cascade’ in fall and turn darker shades of red in winter. This vigorous and highly ornamental evergreen shrub has an upright habit and is exceptionally drought tolerant and disease resistant. It is a hybrid of scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii).

The thorny branches of ‘Fiery Cascade’ become covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of bronze and green...

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TL

(Firethorn, Mohave Firethorn)

The heavy crops of brilliant orange red fruits produced by Mohave firethorn are truly impressive and long-lasting. This drought tolerant hybrid of scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii) is a thorny, evergreen shrub with a dense, upright habit. Its fine, glossy dark green leaves turn brown-green in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear many showy clusters of white, musty smelling flowers that develop into vibrant orange-red fruits that resemble...

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James Burghardt

(Firethorn, Red Elf Firethorn)

Brilliant fruit in fall and winter, handsome evergreen foliage, a compact habit, and good disease resistance make the firethorn hybrid Red Elf™ an excellent choice for smaller garden niches. The dwarf rounded spiny plants are adorned in late spring with clusters of muskily scented white flowers, which contrast strikingly with the small glossy dark green leaves. Green berries that resemble small apples follow the flowers, ripening red in fall and persisting into winter, much to the delight of hungry...

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James H. Schutte

(Firethorn, Navaho Firethorn)

The drought tolerant and exceptionally disease-resistant 'Navaho' is a medium-sized semi-evergreen shrub that offers beautiful orange-red berries in fall and winter. It is likened to the popular ‘Mohave’ but has a slightly shorter stature.

The thorny branches of ‘Navaho’ become covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of bronze and green in fall and winter. In spring, they bear many showy clusters of white, musty smelling flowers that are attractive to bees. The green fruits...

(Firethorn, Orange Glow Firethorn)

The heavy crops of bright orange fruits produced by ‘Orange Glow’ are impressive and long-lasting. This vigorous and highly ornamental evergreen shrub has a dense rounded habit and is exceptionally drought tolerant and disease resistant. It is a hybrid of the scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii).

The thorny branches of ‘Orange Glow’ become covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of bronze and green in fall and winter....

(Firethorn, Ruby Mound Firethorn)

The gracefully arching, low spreading branches of ‘Ruby Mound’ become covered with heavy crops of red fruits in autumn and winter. This vigorous and drought tolerant evergreen shrub has a dense habit with arching, broad-spreading branches. It is a hybrid of the scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii).

The thorny branches of ‘Ruby Mound’ become covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of bronze and green in fall and...