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James Burghardt

(Pampas Grass)

Pampas grass is named for the vast grassy plains of its native habitat, Pampas, Argentina.

The cultivar ‘Pumila’ is a vigorous dwarf selection. Still, it is a substantial clump-forming ornamental perennial grass. Its soft green leaves are folded and gradually taper. The blade edges are truly blade-like; they are toothed, very sharp and can cause lacerations from even the slightest touch. The most impressive feature of pampas grass is its large, fluffy floral plumes that appear atop long stiff...

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James H. Schutte

(Pampas Grass, Variegated Pampas Grass)

Pampas grass is named for the vast grassy plains of its native habitat, Pampas, Argentina.

The cultivar ‘Silver Comet’ is a vigorous, compact, variegated selection. Still, it is a substantial clump-forming ornamental perennial grass. Its soft green and white striped leaves are folded and gradually taper. The blade edges are truly blade-like; they are toothed, very sharp and can cause lacerations from even the slightest touch. Silver Comet produces few, if any of the impressive fluffy floral...

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PlantHaven

(Pampas Grass, Splendid Star Pampas Grass)

One of the signature plants of the vast Argentine plains for which it is named, pampas grass is an immense, clumping, highly ornamental evergreen grass that is grown and naturalized throughout the milder climatic regions of the world. Although usually grown for its large fluffy seedheads on lofty stems, in the case of the dwarf cultivar 'Splendid Star' it is equally valued for the showy longitudinal yellow banding on the relatively compact, folded, fountaining leaves. From late summer into fall,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Fragrant Winterhazel, Smooth Winterhazel)

Brightening the early spring garden, smooth winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, light yellow blossoms with exceptional fragrance from its bare brown branches. This wide-spreading, densely branched, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub is native to Korea and Japan.

The bare are branches bear a profusion of short, drooping, chain-like flower clusters (racemes) in early spring before the leaves appear. The smooth, rounded leaves that follow are satiny medium to dark green and slightly blue-green...

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James Burghardt

(Buttercup Winterhazel)

Brightening the early spring garden, buttercup winterhazel is a tidy deciduous shrub that produces hundreds of pendent, fragrant yellow blossoms on its bare brown branches. It has a pleasing rounded to lightly spreading habit making it well suited to more formal gardens and smaller garden spaces. It is slow-growing and originates from the slopes and forests of Taiwan and Japan.

The slender, zig-zagging branches bear a profusion of short, drooping clusters, comprised of around five yellow and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Fuzzy Chinese Winterhazel, Winterhazel)

The openly branched fuzzy Chinese winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, lightly fragrant yellow blossoms on its bare branches in late winter and early spring. It is a large, rounded, spreading deciduous shrub native to the forests and mountains of China. Unlike many other Corylopsis, which are slow-growing, it grows fairly quickly.

A profusion of short, drooping, bright lemon yellow flower clusters are borne on its sandy brown, lightly fuzzy branches early in the growing season....

Image of Corylopsis sinensis var. calvescens photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Smooth Chinese Winterhazel, Winterhazel)

Illuminating the early to mid-spring garden, the openly branching winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, lightly fragrant yellow blossoms from its smooth, bare branches. Variety calvescens is a large, rounded and wide-spreading deciduous shrub is native to China's mountains. Moderately vigorous when growing, it is typically a multistemmed plant.

Upon the sandy brown, smooth (not fuzzy) branches by mid-spring will be a profusion of short, drooping clusters with bright lemony yellow...

Image of Corylus avellana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(European Filbert, Filbert, Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, Hazelnut)

Prized for its delicious hard-shelled nuts, European filbert is a small tree to large shrub that originates from the whole of Europe as well as western Asia. Wild plants exist in open woods and hedgerows where they grow in a wide range of soil types. Hazelnuts have been in cultivation for thousands of years and many cultivars exist--most bred to produce high quality nut crops. The woody, oblong nuts ripen in mid to late autumn and are eaten by wildlife as well as people. The European filbert is the...

(Common Filbert, Dwarf Redleaf Filbert)

Red filbert is an ornamental small tree with purple new foliage. By summer, its leaves turn mature bronze-green. This plant is generally monoecious, which means that single plants have separate male and female flowers. Its conspicuous male flowers, which are drooping yellow catkins, bloom in late winter to early spring, before its leaves emerge. Tiny yellow female flowers appear at the same time and later generate edible hazelnut fruits.

Plant red filbert in a fertile, well-drained soil in a full...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Filbert, Purpleleaf Filbert)

Prized for its delicious hard-shelled nuts, European filbert is a small tree to large shrub that originates from the whole of Europe as well as western Asia. Wild plants exist in open woods and hedgerows where they grow in a wide range of soil types. Hazelnuts have been in cultivation for thousands of years and many cultivars exist--most bred to produce high quality nut crops. The woody, oblong nuts ripen in mid to late autumn and are eaten by wildlife as well as people. The European filbert is the...