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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ixora)

The brightly colored Ixora ‘Maui Yellow’ was originally selected in Hawaii. This truly tropical evergreen shrub is relatively compact. It is covered with large, leathery, elliptical leaves with opposite arrangement. As long as growing conditions are favorable, it will produce many round flower clusters comprised of lots of four-petaled blooms with long floral tubes. The brightly colored flowers are sunny orangish yellow. They are pollinated by butterflies and followed by hard, fleshy berry-like...

(Ixora)

The brightly colored Ixora ‘Maui’ was originally selected in Hawaii. This truly tropical evergreen shrub is relatively compact. It is covered with large, leathery, elliptical leaves with opposite arrangement. As long as growing conditions are favorable, it will produce many round flower clusters comprised of lots of four-petaled blooms with long floral tubes. The brightly colored flowers are orange to orange-red. They are pollinated by butterflies and followed by hard, fleshy berry-like...

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Holly Chichester

(Ixora)

A dense, medium-sized, cold-tender shrub with huge clusters of flowers most of the year, this broadleaf evergreen is in the same family as coffee, gardenia, firebush and pentas. The coral-pink flowers are in flat topped, round clusters, the outer flowers opening first. Individual flowers are long and tubular ending in spreading lobes. The leathery, glossy green leaves often go yellow in late winter and early spring.

This popular hybrid is grown as a landscape plant in frost-free zones, and under...

(Ixora)

Long-blooming and slow growing, 'Petite Orange' is the perfect evergreen shrub for gardens or greenhouses where space is at a premium. The medium to small, orange-red flowers are grouped in large rounded or flat-topped clusters that bloom from the outside in. Each long, tubular bloom flares at the mouth to display four or five petals. The small, pointed, leathery leaves are densely borne on compact stems. The foliage may go yellow in late winter and early spring.

This cold-tender shrub prefers...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ixora)

Long-blooming and slow growing, 'Petite Pink' is the perfect evergreen shrub for gardens or greenhouses where space is at a premium. The medium to small, rosy pink flowers are grouped in large rounded or flat-topped clusters that bloom from the outside in. Each long, tubular bloom flares at the mouth to display four or five petals. The small, pointed, leathery leaves are densely borne on compact stems. The foliage may go yellow in late winter and early spring.

This cold-tender shrub prefers sun...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Ixora, Petite Red Ixora)

Long-blooming and slow growing, 'Petite Red' is the perfect evergreen shrub for gardens or greenhouses where space is at a premium. The medium to small, coral-red flowers are grouped in large rounded or flat-topped clusters that bloom from the outside in. Each long, tubular bloom flares at the mouth to display four or five petals. The small, pointed, leathery leaves are densely borne on compact stems. The foliage may go yellow in late winter and early spring.

This cold-tender shrub prefers sun...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ixora)

Long-blooming and slow growing, 'Petite Yellow' is the perfect evergreen shrub for gardens or greenhouses where space is at a premium. The medium to small, butter-yellow flowers are grouped in large rounded or flat-topped clusters that bloom from the outside in. Each long, tubular bloom flares at the mouth to display four or five petals. The small, pointed, leathery leaves are densely borne on compact stems. The foliage may go yellow in late winter and early spring.

This cold-tender shrub prefers...

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James H. Schutte

(Jungleflame, Scarlet Jungleflame)

Native to India and Sri Lanka, jungleflame is an evergreen tropical shrub. Under ideal conditions it will bloom continuously, attracting butterflies, with clusters of tubular flowers in red, yellow, orange, pink or white. Its shiny dark green leaves have a bronze tint when young.

Jungleflame looks its best when grown in fertile, acidic, well-drained soil. It is a pretty and dependable plant for use in the foundation planting, mixed border or patio container. Near concrete, the higher pH in the...

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TL

(Primrose Jasmine)

Primrose jasmine is an evergreen, rambling shrub that typically grows in a large mound. Originally from China, primrose jasmine has been long used in warm landscapes. The square stems are arching and cascade like a fountain. The leaves are bright green, lance to oblong-shaped and held in groups of pointed leaflets. The semi-double, primrose yellow flowers are trumpet to funnel-shaped, fragrant and most abundant in spring, though flowering occurs sporadically into summer.

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Downy Jasmine)

Though not as fragrant as other jasmines, the large white blooms of downy jasmine still offer a sweet and spicy aroma. This versatile tropical evergreen is a vigorous scrambling vine that can easily be trained into a shrub. It is native to India but has been widely cultivated elsewhere and become naturalized in subtropical regions across the globe, including southern China and the American South.

Soft, downy hairs cover the deep green, oval leaves of this tough evergreen, giving them a grayish...