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Image of Hamamelis virginiana photo by: Eva Monheim

Eva Monheim

(Common Witchhazel)

The spreading branches of the common witchhazel become covered with fine, ribbony blossoms of bright yellow in autumn as its yellow fall foliage is dropping. This large, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub exists in the moist understory of forests across the eastern United States and southern Canada. It is tough, hardy and adds delicate beauty to the fall garden.

The broad, oval leaves of common witchhazel are medium to dark green with irregular, wavy toothed edges. In autumn, the foliage turns warm...

Image of Hamelia patens photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Firebush, Scarletbush)

Across its native range of South Florida, the Caribbean and Tropical Americas, this sun-loving evergreen produces clusters of red floral tubes with yellow-orange centers, on red stems from spring through early fall. Its leaves are broad and fuzzy and produces bluish-black berries after a long bloom season. Butterflies frequent the flowers and songbirds enjoy the fruits for a meal.

Firebush performs best in full sun but is shade tolerant and will adequately grow in any soil provided that there...

Image of Hamelia patens

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dwarf Hummingbird Bush, Firebush, Firecracker Shrub)

In its native environments of South Florida, the Caribbean and Tropical Americas, this sun-loving evergreen produces clusters of red floral tubes with yellow-orange centers, on reddish-purple stems from spring through early fall. Its leaves are broad and shiny and produces bluish-black berries after a long bloom season. Butterflies sometimes enjoy the floral nectar, and songbirds relish the juicy fruits.

This cultivar prefers full sun but is somewhat shade tolerant and will adequately grow in...

(Firebush, Firecracker Shrub, Grandé Hummingbird Bush)

Grande firebush provides a wonderful source of nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies alike. In its native environments of southern Florida, the Caribbean and Tropical America, it is a sun loving evergreen that produces vibrant clusters of red, pinkish, orange floral tubes on reddish-purple stems from spring through early fall. After pollination, the shrub produces bluish-black berries that attract songbirds. Leaves are light to medium green and will lightly redden in winter or drop off entirely....

Image of Handroanthus billbergii photo by: Eduardo Dios, Flickr Contributor

Eduardo Dios, Flickr Contributor

(Guayacán, Tabebuia)

Yellow trumpet-shaped flowers with golden necks appear at the end of winter on the deciduous guayacán. This tall-growing tree is native to the highlands of the Andes in northern South America. It grows in the dry forests of Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela and northwestern Brazil -- the headwaters region of the Amazon River. It develops a rather open, rounded and upright canopy. The bark is smooth and tan-gray. The guayacán's habitat is becoming increasingly threatened, especially in Ecuador and...

Image of Handroanthus chrysotrichus photo by: Mauroguanandi, Flickr Contributor

Mauroguanandi, Flickr Contributor

(Golden Tabebuia, Golden Trumpet Tree)

Also known as Tabebuia chrysotricha, this round-crowned, medium-sized, semi-evergreen tree is grown for its profusion of golden blossoms in spring. It is native to seasonally dry forests in Brazil and Colombia.

This spreading, gray-barked branches of this tropical tree are furnished with compound, five-fingered, glossy green leaves that flush in mid-spring and drop in late winter. The leaves are rough-textured and have fuzzy stems and undersides. Flat clusters of trumpet-shaped, golden-yellow...

Image of Handroanthus heptaphyllus photo by: João de Deus Medeiros, Flickr Contributor

João de Deus Medeiros, Flickr Contributor

(Pink Tabebuia, Pink Trumpet Tree)

Valued as a timber tree, pink trumpet tree gives the added bonus of producing a fantastic spring flowering display. It's a semi-deciduous tree native to the dry coastal forests across the Caribbean. It's a very close relative to the ipe (Handroanthus impetiginosus). This slow-growing tree develops an upright oval habit. The bark is smooth and gray-brown.

The leaves are compound, resembling hands with five leaflets. Leaflet edges are always lined with tiny teeth. The foliage is rich green...

Image of Handroanthus impetiginosus photo by: Mauroguanandi, Flickr Contributor

Mauroguanandi, Flickr Contributor

(Ipê, Lavender Trumpet Tree, Purple Tabebuia)

Ipê explodes into fantastic bloom by very early spring, rivaling a magnolia or cherry tree in beauty and visual presence. It's a deciduous tree native to the highlands of Mexico and extends far south into Argentina. Across this expansive area of distribution, the plant is quite variable in habit. Always slow growing, ipê may become a multi-trunked shrub or solitary-stemmed upright tall tree. The bark is smooth and gray-brown. In very old tall trees the trunk may become buttressed, with an irregular...

Image of Handroanthus umbellata photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Golden Tabebuia, Golden Trumpet Tree)

One of the most cold-hardy trumpet trees, this species is becoming increasing endangered across its rainforest habitat in Brazil. A small to medium size tree, nearly evergreen in tropical climes but more deciduous in chillier winter areas, the golden trumpet tree is prized for its yellow flower display in late winter or early spring. The tree is moderate in growth pace, attaining an open, rounded canopy with spreading branches.

The leaves are compound and shaped like a hand. Five smooth-edged...

Image of Hardenbergia violacea photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Australian Sarsaparilla , Purple Coral Pea, Vine Lilac)

The vine lilac is a short but vigorous vine with rich green foliage that beautifully compliments its elongated clusters of tiny, purple, pea-shaped flowers. Australian in origin, vine lilac is fully evergreen and naturally exists as a twining vine or rambling, shrubby groundcover.

Leathery foliage of rich green covers the plants year round. The leaves are oval to lance-shaped and often lustrous. As the winter sun begins to strengthen, the vine puts forth short, pendent stems covered with violet-purple...

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