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(Blue Cone Arborvitae, Oriental Arborvitae)

A small, conical tree known mostly by its dwarf gold- or blue-leaved forms, oriental arborvitae is native to China, Korea and Manchuria. 'Blue Cone' is a compact, pyramidal cultivar with flat sprays of bluish green foliage held on upright branches.

'Blue Cone' likes sun or partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. It works well in foundation plantings, low hedges, and mixed borders.

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James H. Schutte

(Oriental Arborvitae)

A small, conical tree known mostly by its dwarf gold- or blue-leaved forms, this evergreen conifer is native to China, Korea and Manchuria. Its upright branches and vertical sprays of foliage give it a formal air. The brown, fleshy cones with hook-like scales are larger and more conspicuous than those of other arborvitaes.

Oriental arborvitae likes sun or partial shade and moist, well-drained soil that's not alkaline. It is widely used in foundation plantings, hedges, screens, and formal gardens,...

(Oriental Arborvitae)

A small, conical tree known mostly by its dwarf gold- or blue-leaved forms, this evergreen conifer is native to China, Korea and Manchuria. Its upright branches and vertical sprays of foliage give it a formal air. The brown, fleshy cones with hook-like scales are larger and more conspicuous than those of other arborvitaes.

Oriental arborvitae likes sun or partial shade and moist, well-drained soil that's not alkaline. It is widely used in foundation plantings, hedges, screens, and formal gardens,...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Greenstripe Bamboo, Running Bamboo)

Wherever this bright bamboo grows, it literally jumps out of its surroundings to become the focal point of the garden. Many consider it the first and finest of all yellow stripe bamboos. It is a knee to thigh-tall species found at woodland edges of Japan and China illustrating a preference for moist forest floor conditions and moderate exposure. The leaves bear a strong yellow or chartreuse coloring with dark green pin stripes for a bold look. Occasionally an all yellow cane may appear. Clums emerge...

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Jessie Keith

(Cape Leadwort)

Grown for its tubular periwinkle-blue flowers, cape leadwort is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that originates from South Africa. It has bright green, oval leaves that line loose, trailing stems. It blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many five-petaled tubular blue blooms. These are attractive to butterflies and require no deadheading. White cultivars are also available.

Cape leadwort thrives in full to partial sun and prefers light, sandy soils with good drainage. It can...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Cape Leadwort, White Cape Leadwort)

Attractive, white flowers are the hallmark of white cape leadwort. It is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that is native to South Africa and has green, oval to spatula-shaped leaves with small ear-like (auricle = ear-shaped appendage) projections at the base. The leaves are alternate on thin, gracefully arching stems. Leadwort blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many five-petaled tubular white blooms in round clusters at the ends of the branches. The flower bases and seed capsules...

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James H. Schutte

(Cape Leadwort, Imperial Blue Plumbago)

Attractive, deep powder-blue flowers are the showpiece of the Imperial Blue cape leadwort. It is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that is native to South Africa and has green, oval to spatula-shaped leaves with small ear-like (auricle = ear-shaped appendage) projections at the base. The leaves are alternate on thin, gracefully arching stems. Cape leadwort blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many five-petaled tubular blue blooms in round clusters at the ends of the branches. The...

(Cape Leadwort, White Cape® Plumbago)

Attractive, long-blooming, white flowers and a compact habit are the hallmarks of White Cape cape leadwort or Plumbago auriculata ‘Monite’ from Monrovia Nurseries. It is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that is native to South Africa and has green, oval to spatula-shaped leaves with small ear-like (auricle = ear-shaped appendage) projections at the base. The leaves are alternate on thin, gracefully arching stems. Cape leadwort blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many...

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James Burghardt

(Cape Leadwort, Royal Cape® Plumbago)

Attractive, long-blooming, deep flowers and a compact habit are the hallmarks of Royal Cape cape leadwort or Plumbago auriculata ‘Monott’ from Monrovia Nurseries. It is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that is native to South Africa and has green, oval to spatula-shaped leaves with small ear-like (auricle = ear-shaped appendage) projections at the base. The leaves are alternate on thin, gracefully arching stems. Cape leadwort blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many five-petaled,...

(Cape Leadwort)

Attractive, long-blooming flowers and a compact habit are the hallmarks of the plants of the Cape Series of leadwort from Monrovia Nurseries. It is an evergreen shrub to woody vine that is native to South Africa and has green, oval to spatula-shaped leaves with small ear-like (auricle = ear-shaped appendage) projections at the base. The leaves are alternate on thin, gracefully arching stems. Leadwort blooms year round, except in coldest winters, bearing many five-petaled tubular blue or white blooms...