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Mark A. Miller

(Daub's Frosted Juniper, Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

Good looks, vigorous growth, and tolerance of adverse conditions have made Pfitzer juniper an extremely popular landscape and garden shrub. This hybrid features lacy, tiered sprays of scaled, blue-green foliage with semi-pendulous tips. Many cultivars exist, which may appear in varying shades of green, blue-green, or gold, depending on the variety. Their tolerance of heat, cold and drought has made these attractive evergreens a panacea for difficult climates.

Preferring full sun, Pfitzer...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

The stunning, gold-tipped, emerald green foliage of ‘Gold Lace’ holds it color exceptionally well in winter, adding excitement to the garden during the colder months. The striking, two-tone effect is heightened in summer, when the gold variegation brightens in the stronger rays of the sun. The tiered, wide-spreading branches feature semi-pendulous tips which are layered for a most elegant effect. It is smaller than many other varieties of this type, making it an excellent choice for not-so-large...

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Mark A. Miller

(Kallay's Compact Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper, Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

The lush foliage and compact size of ‘Kallay’s Compact’ make it a great juniper for smaller gardens. This low, wide-spreading shrub features tiered, upward-angled sprays of blue-green foliage which create an elegant, layered texture in beds, borders and landscapes.

Preferring full sun, Pfitzer junipers are versatile, low-maintenance evergreen shrubs which will grow in almost any soil as long as it is well-drained. ‘Kallay’s Compact’ makes a fine groundcover or low hedge, and also looks...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

The first of the brightly-colored Pfitzer juniper varieties, the chartreuse foliage of this cultivar livens up landscapes and shines out amid the drab tones of winter. A wide-spreading, semi-prostrate evergreen shrub, it bears elegantly layered tiers of scaled, golden-green foliage which droop slightly at the tips.

Preferring full sun, Pfitzer junipers are versatile, low-maintenance evergreen shrubs which will grow in almost any soil as long as it is well-drained. ‘Phitzeriana Aurea’ works...

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James H. Schutte

(Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

The soft, gray-green foliage and short stature of ‘Pfitzeriana Compacta’ make it a great choice for smaller gardens. A low, wide-spreading shrub, it features tiered sprays of cool-toned, evergreen foliage which create an elegant, layered texture in beds, borders and landscapes.

Preferring full sun, Pfitzer junipers are versatile, low-maintenance shrubs which are notable for their resistance to heat, cold, and dry conditions. ‘Pfitzeriana Compacta’ makes a fine groundcover, and also looks...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pfitzer's Hybrid Juniper)

Denser and more compact than its full-size kin, this handsome Pfitzer juniper features cascading tiers of scaled, blue-gray foliage which develop attractive purple tints with the cold temperatures of winter.

Preferring full sun, Pfitzer junipers are versatile, low-maintenance shrubs which are notable for their resistance to heat, cold, and dry conditions. The semi-prostrate, wide-spreading form of ‘Pfitzeriana Glauca’ makes it ideal as a groundcover or low hedge. It also looks terrific in...

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James Burghardt

(Brazilian Plume)

Brazilian plume is an old favorite for reliable blooming and unusual character. This evergreen shrub is native to South America and very cold sensitive. The striking blooms give the plant its common name. They are dense spikes of pointed, bright pink tinted bracts (modified leaves) which form a plume-like group atop the branches. The true flowers are rosy to lavender, tubular and borne between the bracts. Brazilian plume flower all year in warm climates and in the summer and fall in cooler locations....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Kerria)

Kerria comprises just one species: Kerria japonica, a suckering small to medium-sized shrub native to China and Japan. Its sunny rose-like blooms in spring, toothed bright green leaves from spring to fall, and willowy green stems year-round make it an excellent all-season garden plant. In late spring and early summer its informal arching branches are studded with golden yellow flowers. It often reblooms sparsely in summer. The double-flowered form 'Pleniflora' has longer lasting...

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Felder Rushing

(Japanese Kerria)

Sunny, rose-like blooms in spring, toothed bright green leaves from spring to fall, and willowy green stems year-round make this suckering Asian shrub an excellent all-season garden plant. Of modest height, its informal arching branches are studded with golden yellow flowers in late spring. It often reblooms sparsely in summer. The double-flowered form 'Pleniflora' has longer lasting flowers on taller more vigorous stems. The leaves turn pale yellow in fall.

This long-lived, hardy, carefree shrub...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Kerria, White Japanese Kerria)

A suckering deciduous shrub from eastern Asia, Japanese kerria is valued for its rose-like spring blooms and for its green stems that hold their color through winter. The cultivar 'Alba' (also known as 'Albescens) has ivory-white flowers, rather than the typical yellow.

This arching, small to medium-sized shrub has oval, toothed, bright green leaves that turn yellow in fall. The flowers – which resemble small single roses – appear in abundance in mid-spring, and often recur sparsely in summer....