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Image of Carpinus caroliniana ssp. virginiana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(American Hornbeam)

A slow-growing, spreading-canopied deciduous tree, American hornbeam is native to southeastern North America and subspecies virginiana has a more northerly natural range. The ridged, gray, smooth bark looks like there are flexed muscles under it, yielding another common name of musclewood. It may also grow with many trunks and attain a form much more shrub-like, albeit large.

The pretty, oblong, tapered leaves have depressed veins and double-teeth on their edges. These leaves are slightly...

Image of Caryopteris divaricata photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bluebeard)

Blue spiraea is a large perennial that produces small purple-blue flowers that if only enlarged, would make an extravagant ladies hat to debut at the races. The green leaves of this Himalayan native plant are found opposite each other and have large toothed margins. In late summer, the flower arise from the leaf joints at the tips of stems. The flowers could arguably make an orchid jealous: the four petals are a rich purplish blue, and the bottom central petal looks like a tongue mottled with white....

Image of Caryopteris divaricata

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bluebeard, Snow Fairy Bluebeard)

This selection of bluebeard, ‘Snowy Fairy, is a showy perennial that produces small purple-blue flowers atop stems covered in variegated white and green foliage. The parent is a Himalayan native plant with toothy leaves opposite each other. In late summer, the flowers arise from the leaf joints at the tips of stems. The flowers are nothing short of elaborate: four petals are a rich purplish blue, and the bottom central petal looks like a tongue mottled with white. The long filaments shoot upward...

Image of Caryopteris x clandonensis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

The beautiful bluebeard offers amazing violet-blue flowers for fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many small green to gray-green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become lined with many colorful...

(Arthur Simmonds Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

The first and one of the hardiest cultivars of Caryopteris × clandonensis, this small deciduous shrub covers itself with misty blue flowers in late summer, when most other plants are flagging. A hybrid of C. incana and C. mongholica, 'Arthur Simmonds' originated in the garden of its namesake sometime before 1933.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted...

(Azure Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

Prized for its prolific late-summer display of blue flowers, Caryopteris × clandonensis is a small deciduous shrub originating from a cross between C. incana and C. mongholica. The cultivar 'Azure' has bright powder-blue blooms.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted undersides. Bruised leaves emit a pungent minty odor. In late summer and early fall dense...

(Blue Mist Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

Prized for its prolific late-summer display of blue flowers, Caryopteris × clandonensis is a small deciduous shrub originating from a cross between C. incana and C. mongholica. The cultivar 'Blue Mist' has powder-blue blooms.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted undersides. Bruised leaves emit a pungent minty odor. In late summer and early fall dense...

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Grandiflora

(Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard, Dark Knight Bluebeard)

The beautiful bluebeard, ‘Dark Knight’, offers amazing deep violet-blue flowers in fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many small gray-green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become lined with many...

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James Burghardt

(Bluebeard, Pink Chablis Bluebeard)

The patented bluebeard, Pink Chablis, offers lovely soft pink flowers in late summer to fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a uniform mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many medium-sized green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become...

(Bluebeard, Ferndown Bluebeard)

Valued for its relatively dark-hued flowers and compact habit, 'Ferndown' is named after the Dorset, England nursery where it originated about 1950. It is one of many cultivars of the small deciduous shrub Caryopteris × clandonensis (the hybrid of C. incana and C. mongholica).

This rounded, knee-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, dark green leaves with a silvery sheen. Bruised leaves emit a pungent minty odor. In late...