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Hahira Nursery

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Redleaf Chinese fringeflower is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Japan and China. A relatively tall-growing and upright selection, 'Zhuzhou Fuchsia' bears fragrant, spidery, burgundy-pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically at other seasons. The upright, arching habit and dark purple, rounded leaves are attractive year-round.

This shrub grows best in light shade and acid, humus-rich soil but will tolerate full sun with ample soil moisture. In the colder part of...

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James Burghardt

(Magnolia, Susan Magnolia)

A broad, upright deciduous shrub, Susan magnolia has fantastic spring flowers that are dark rose-purple in bud and open to fuchsia-pink. The fragrant cup-shaped blooms appear just before the oval, lush green leaves emerge.

This slow-growing, shrub to small tree is part of The Girls Series of magnolias (sometimes called the Little Girl Series), which were hybridized at the United States National Arboretum. All are known for their lovely fragrant flowers that bloom a bit later than star and saucer...

Image of Magnolia stellata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Star Magnolia)

There are lots of reasons why this hardy little magnolia is such a popular landscape shrub. Its starry early spring blooms are some of the first to appear and are resilient to frost. And, its neat rounded habit makes it amenable to smaller spaces.

Star magnolia is a deciduous large shrub to small tree that is robust and pretty. The Japanese native is typically multistemmed but can be pruned and manicured to have a central leader and a more tree-like appearance. In early spring, before its leaves...

Image of Mahonia aquifolium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Holly-leaved Barbarry, Oregon Grape)

Oregon grape holly, an upright evergreen shrub, is native to the area from British Colombia south to northern California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. The color is deep, dark green turning red to purple in the winter. Showy, yellow flowers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Compact Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape)

Compact Oregon grape holly, an upright evergreen shrub, is native to the area from British Colombia south to northern California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The short stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. The color is deep, dark green turning red to purple in the winter. Showy, yellow...

Image of Mahonia nervosa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cascade Grape Holly, Mahonia)

Cascade grape holly, a dwarf, spreading evergreen shrub, is native to the area from south British Columbia south to central California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are semi-glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. There is no mid-vein in the leaves, but instead has a net-like arrangement....

Image of Mahonia trifoliolata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Algerita, Chaparral Berry, Laredo Mahonia, Trifoliate Grape Holly, Wild Currant)

An all-season beauty from the American Southwest and adjacent Mexico, this upright, medium-sized shrub bears fragrant yellow blossoms in winter, edible red fruits in summer, and attractive holly-like leaves year-round.

Stiff, thick leaves with three narrow, lobed, spiny leaflets are paired along the ascending branches of this handsome evergreen shrub. The leaves are typically bluish green, with some plants possessing striking steely-blue foliage. Blue-leaved forms are sometimes sold under the...

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Jesse Saylor

(Mendocino Bushmallow)

One of the most beautiful flowering shrubs for a chaparral landscape, the Mendocino bushmallow bears throngs of bowl-shaped lavender-pink flowers in summertime. This fast-growing evergreen shrub is native to southern California and adjacent northwestern Mexico in dry slopes and canyons. It develops an irregularly rounded habit with spreading but vertical branches. Over time the shrub's roots spread to sprout new foliage and stems to create a mild thicket.

The quilted, jagged leaves range in color...

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Jesse Saylor

(Adirondack Crabapple, Crabapple, Flowering Crabapple)

A narrow, upright small crabapple tree with dual seasons of interest, ‘Adirondack’ covers itself with pink flowers in spring, and oblong orange-red fruits from late summer to the winter solstice. This hybrid deciduous tree has dark green, oval leaves that emerge as the red flower buds open in mid-spring. The white flowers, tinged with red, are fragrant and attract bees. In autumn the leaves turn a mottled mosaic of green and yellow. The fruits are persistent on the tree into winter until birds eat...

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Jesse Saylor

(Almey Crabapple, Crabapple, Flowering Crabapple)

An old-fashioned crabapple selection, 'Almey' fills its branches in spring with red-pink flowers that have white bases. This hybrid deciduous tree has a spreading form with upright branches and purplish green oval leaves that emerge just after the flower buds in mid-spring. Bees pollinate the flowers, producing a crop of acorn-sized apples that mature to maroon by early autumn. The fall foliage is mottled, being green, yellow, orange and orange-red. Songbirds will rob the fruits for a meal, stripping...