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Image of Ternstroemia gymnanthera

James Burghardt

(Cleyera , Japanese Ternstroemia , Sakaki)

Bronze Beauty™ cleyera is a tough evergreen shrub. It has a rounded, compact habit and glossy green leaves. The foliage is light bronze when it first emerges, turns deep green in summer and develops red-bronze hues in the fall. Cleyera is pest and disease resistant and tolerates a wide range of growing conditions.

Ternstroemia gymnanthera is a dense, rounded, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Asia. Its leaves are spatula-shaped and grouped at the ends of the branches. They emerge...

(Cleyera , Japanese Ternstroemia, Sakaki)

Cleyera is an elegant, tough, and shade-tolerant broadleaf evergreen from Northeast Asia. Jade Tiara™ was selected for its compact uniform rounded habit and narrow dainty foliage. It slowly forms a domed medium-sized shrub with handsome gray bark.

Whorls of glossy narrowly elliptic leaves cover this cleyera all year around. Bronze-tinged upon emergence, they quickly deepen to glossy olive-green. In winter they take on bronzy tones. Small, fragrant, creamy-white flowers appear on the previous...

(Cleyera , Japanese Ternstroemia, Sakaki)

Cleyera is an elegant, tough, and shade-tolerant broadleaf evergreen from Northeast Asia. Copper Crown™ was selected for its colorful spring, fall, and winter foliage and its relatively compact uniform habit. Dense and rounded when young, it matures into an upright multi-trunked medium-sized to large shrub with handsome gray bark.

Whorls of glossy elliptic leaves cover this cleyera all year around. Red-bronze upon emergence, they deepen to glossy olive-green in summer. In fall and winter they...

Image of Ternstroemia gymnanthera

James Burghardt

(Cleyera , Japanese Ternstroemia, Sakaki)

Cleyera is an elegant, tough, and shade-tolerant broadleaf evergreen from Northeast Asia. Sovereign™ was selected for its colorful spring, fall, and winter foliage and its relatively compact uniform habit. Dense and rounded when young, it matures into an upright multi-trunked medium-sized to large shrub with handsome gray bark.

Whorls of glossy elliptic leaves cover this cleyera all year around. Bronze-tinged upon emergence, they deepen to glossy dark-green in summer. In fall and winter they...

Image of Ternstroemia gymnanthera

Southern Living®

(Cleyera , Japanese Ternstroemia , Sakaki)

The fast growing Bigfoot™ cleyera is a tough evergreen shrub. It has an upright habit and glossy light green leaves. The foliage is light bronze-green when it first emerges, turns dark green in summer and develops red-bronze hues in the fall. Cleyera is disease resistant and tolerates a wide range of growing conditions.

Ternstroemia gymnanthera is a dense, rounded, evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its leaves are spatula-shaped and grouped at the ends of the branches. They emerge...

Image of Teucrium fruticans photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Tree Germander)

Bearing handsome aromatic foliage year round and pretty flowers through summer, this somewhat lanky, spreading, medium-sized shrub hails from the Mediterranean. The small, narrowly oval mid-green leaves are paired on silvery-white stems whose color matches the leaves' undersides. Warm weather brings terminal clusters of small, curiously asymmetrical, five-lobed flowers. The petals are lavender or light blue with darker violet veins. Bees adore them.

This somewhat cold-tender shrub favors sun...

Image of Teucrium fruticans

John Rickard

(Tree Germander)

Bearing handsome aromatic foliage year round and pretty flowers through summer, this somewhat lanky, spreading, medium-sized shrub hails from the Mediterranean. The small, narrowly oval mid-green leaves are paired on silvery-white stems whose color matches the leaves' undersides. Warm weather brings terminal clusters of small, curiously asymmetrical, five-lobed flowers. The petals are lavender or light blue with darker violet veins. Bees adore them.

This somewhat cold-tender shrub favors sun...

Image of Thevetia peruviana photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Lucky Nut, Yellow Oleander)

The willow-like, glossy green leaves and fragrant peachy yellow flowers of this tropical American native provide year-round ornament in mild climates. A small tree in the wild, it grows as a dense shrub in frosty climates or when pruned heavily. The large trumpet-shaped flowers are most prolific from spring to fall, but continue through winter if temperatures remain mild. Borne at the stem tips, they range in color from yellow to warm peach. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Rounded...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Giant Arborvitae, Green Giant Arborvitae, Western Arborvitae, Western Red Cedar)

Vigorous and adaptable, Green Giant arborvitae is a popular United States National Arboretum introduction. This tall, evergreen tree is a hybrid between Thuja standishii and Thuja plicata. It is a fast grower, has deep green foliage, a neat pyramidal habit and few pest or disease problems.

Adaptable to most moderately drained soil types, 'Green Giant' requires full sun and lots of space to grow. It is ideal to mass as a screen and makes a pleasing specimen tree in the landscape....

Image of Thuja occidentalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eastern Arborvitae, White Cedar)

It is likely that no native American evergreen is more prevalent in the North American landscape. Arborvitae is a hardy pyramidal coniferous tree usually cultivated in one of its many shrubby forms. This native of eastern North America has flattened feathery sprays of soft, scale-like, medium to dark green foliage that may turn shades of green and brown in winter. The leaves emit a pungent odor when bruised. Its dense branches often curve upwards, giving mature trees a soft, attractive look. The...