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(Cenizo, Heavenly Cloud Texas Silverleaf, Texas Silverleaf)

This divine Texas barometerbush is distinguished by its medium green leaves and bright magenta flowers. It is robust, fast-growing and has a distinctly rounded, upright growth habit.

This is one of the most beautiful and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Texas barometerbush originates from New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation. Rain or soil moisture quickly triggers flowering, so the plants act as living barometers.

This evergreen...

(Cenizo, Texas Barometerbush, Texas Silverleaf)

This compact, rounded Texas barometerbush has an exceptionally uniform habit and offers greater garden utility than the standard form. In all other respects, it retains the same look as is parent species.

This is one of the most beautiful and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Its bright blooms are purple-pink and glow against its fine, felty, silver leaves. Texas barometerbush is a native of New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation. Rain...

(Cenizo, Texas Silverleaf, White Cloud Texas Silverleaf)

This glowing Texas barometerbush is distinguished by its snow white flowers. It is robust, fast-growing and has a rounded, rangy growth habit.

This is one of the more pretty and resilient shrubs for arid climates. Texas barometerbush originates from New Mexico, Texas and Mexico and is named for its ability to quickly respond to precipitation. Rain or soil moisture quickly triggers flowering, so the plants act as living barometers.

This evergreen shrub has fine, oval leaves that densely...

(Langman's Sage)

Upright form, much greener foliage and an extended bloom season distinguish this cultivar from its parent species. It is a hybrid of the native species of foothills and dry washes of the southwest and Mexico. This plant preferrs sloping limestone soils of sandy gravelly texture. It offers yet another beautiful flowering evergreen to flesh out dry desert gardens.

The small trumpet shaped lavender blue flowers begin in late spring and continue well into the fall ofering color for an extended...

Image of Leucothoe axillaris photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Coastal Doghobble)

Glossy evergreen foliage and attractive spring flowers are among the ornamental merits of this low arching shrub from the Southeast United States. It spreads gradually by suckers to form thickets.

The smooth, zig-zag, purple-flushed green stems are furnished with finely toothed, oval, dark green leaves that taper to a point. In mid to late spring, clusters of white, urn-shaped flowers droop from the leaf axils. In autumn the foliage can become bronzed, deepening in winter's cold.

Grow coastal...

Image of Ligustrum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Privet)

Ligustrum comprises approximately 50 species of shrubs and small trees. They are evergreen or deciduous and native to Asia, Australia, North Africa and Europe. Prized for attractive foliage, rapid growth and a profusion of small flowers, they are often planted as shrubbery, hedges or specimen trees. Many ligustrums are known as privet.

Shiny leaves, variable shaped are arranged opposite each other on the stems. Branched clusters of small, funnel-shaped flowers ending in four lobes...

Image of Ligustrum ibota photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Japanese Privet)

Ligustrum comprises approximately 50 species of shrubs and small trees. They are evergreen or deciduous and native to Asia, Australia, North Africa and Europe. Prized for attractive foliage, rapid growth and a profusion of small flowers, they are often planted as shrubbery, hedges or specimen trees. Many ligustrums are known as privet.

Shiny leaves, variable shaped are arranged opposite each other on the stems. Branched clusters of small, funnel-shaped flowers ending in four lobes...

Image of Ligustrum japonicum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

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(Howardii Japanese Privet, Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

Image of Ligustrum japonicum

James H. Schutte

(Jack Frost Japanese Privet, Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar ‘Jack Frost’ has shiny, waxy, dark green leaves broadly edged with irregular creamy white markings. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers.