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Image of Photinia serrulata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Photinia)

Genus Photinia is comprised of approximately 50 species of plants native to the warm and temperate regions of eastern and southern Asia. Most are either small trees or large shrubs and may be deciduous or evergreen.

Photinia leaves are generally glossy, oval or lance-shaped, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges– like that of a steak knife. They may be thick and leathery or paper thin, depending on the species. New foliage is often red or bronze when it...

Image of Photinia villosa photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Downy Photinia)

Genus Photinia is comprised of approximately 50 species of plants native to the warm and temperate regions of eastern and southern Asia. Most are either small trees or large shrubs and may be deciduous or evergreen.

Photinia leaves are generally glossy, oval or lance-shaped, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges– like that of a steak knife. They may be thick and leathery or paper thin, depending on the species. New foliage is often red or bronze when it...

Image of Photinia villosa

Mark A. Miller

(Downy Photinia, Village Shade Downy Photinia)

Genus Photinia is comprised of approximately 50 species of plants native to the warm and temperate regions of eastern and southern Asia. Most are either small trees or large shrubs and may be deciduous or evergreen.

Photinia leaves are generally glossy, oval or lance-shaped, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges– like that of a steak knife. They may be thick and leathery or paper thin, depending on the species. New foliage is often red or bronze when it...

Image of Photinia x fraseri photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Red Tip Photinia)

Amazingly pretty red spring growth along with white clustered flowers has given red-tip photinia prominent regard in the garden. A cross between Photinia serratifolia and Photinia glabra, both which are native to the warm temperate regions of eastern and southern Asia, it is an evergreen large shrub or small tree. The leaves are glossy, oval or lance-shaped, alternately arranged on the stems and have slightly serrate edges – like that of a steak knife. They are thick and leathery...

Image of Photinia x fraseri

James H. Schutte

(Pink Marble Photinia, Red Tip Photinia)

Bright red and pink new growth and pink and white variegated foliage sets Pink Marble photinia apart from others. It is a cultivar of the widely used hybrid between Japanese photinia and Chinese photinia. 'Pink Marble' is a vigorous, upright evergreen shrub with lance-shaped, glossy, foliage with toothed margins. The leaves are red and pink upon emergence and mature to dark green edged with white and splashed with pink and white. The spring-appearing, white flowers are produced at the ends of the...

(Red Robin Photinia, Red Tip Photinia)

Bright red new growth and a dense habit sets the Red Robin photinia apart from other photinia cultivars. It is a hybrid between Japanese photinia and Chinese photinia. Selection 'Red Robin' is a vigorous, rounded but spreading evergreen shrub with lance-shaped, glossy, dark green leaves with toothed edges that are brilliant red upon emergence. The spring-appearing flowers are produced at the ends of the branches in dense or few-flowered, mostly flat-topped, branched groups, and the flowers opening...

(Changsa Firm Bamboo, Running Bamboo, Shrubby Bamboo)

Purple shoots and slightly zig-zag stems are a few ornamental highlights of this shrubby, running-rhizome bamboo. Widely cultivated across eastern Asia, it's most possibly native to China's Hunnan Province, as alluded to by the common name, Changsha firm bamboo.

The evergreen foliage is narrow and lance-shaped, a medium green in color. In spring, new shoots emerge from the ground. They are initially purple, with some white powdery bloom, and then the stems (or more appropriately, culms) elongate,...

Image of Physocarpus opulifolius photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Atlanta Ninebark, Ninebark)

Ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating bark. This native of the eastern United States suckers and has an irregular habit and informal look but tough constitution. In the wild it exists along the fields and forest margins of uplands and lowlands.

The small lobed leaves of ninebark are typically dark green and turn shades of yellow and bronze in fall. In late spring or early summer it bears conspicuous clusters of small white or pale pink flowers,...

Image of Physocarpus opulifolius

James H. Schutte

(Dart's Gold Ninebark, Ninebark)

Beautiful golden foliage makes this compact ninebark especially appealing. The pretty 'Dart's Gold' has brighter new leaves that are more enduring than those of the other popular yellow-leaved form, 'Luteus.' It also has a more uniform habit and suckers less.

Ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating bark. This native of the eastern United States slowly suckers and has a tough constitution. In the wild it exists along the fields and forest margins...

(Golden Ninebark, Ninebark)

Beautiful golden foliage makes this ninebark especially appealing. The pretty 'Luteus' has golden yellow new leaves that age to bright green.

Ninebark is a hardy deciduous shrub with long-lasting flowers and fruits and exfoliating bark. This tough native of the eastern United States has an informal habit and slowly suckers. In the wild it exists along the fields and forest margins of uplands and lowlands.

The small maple-like lobed leaves of 'Luteus' are golden, age to green and turn...