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Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Amur Maple)

Sometimes listed as Acer ginnala, Amur maple is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. It is a variable species, but many desirable cultivars have been introduced.

The glossy rich green leaves of Amur maple are somewhat slender and often three-lobed. Its best forms have foliage that turns fiery red in fall, though all Amur maple offer brilliant fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange. The fall leaves are accompanied by prolific and showy clusters of winged...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

James H. Schutte

(Amur Maple, Bailey Compact Amur Maple)

A compact selection of Amur maple (which is native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia) 'Bailey Compact' is a dense, deciduous shrub with a dome shape formed by many radiating branches. Unusually hardy, it is a great selection for northern gardens. The leaves are glossy and light green. They turn scarlet and orange in the fall. In spring, 'Bailey Compact' bears clusters of cream-colored flowers that are followed by red, winged fruits.

This shrub demands average, well-drained soil and...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

Jesse Saylor

(Amur Maple)

Sometimes listed as Acer ginnala, Amur maple is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. It is a variable species, but many desirable cultivars have been introduced.

The glossy rich green leaves of Amur maple are somewhat slender and often three-lobed. Its best forms have foliage that turns fiery red in fall, though all Amur maple offer brilliant fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange. The fall leaves are accompanied by prolific and showy clusters of winged...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

Mark A. Miller

(Amur Maple, Flame Amur Maple)

Tatarian maple is a small, bushy tree that originates from southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia. This unusually hardy deciduous tree is a great selection for northern gardens. Its rounded, glossy green leaves turn a colorful red to yellow in the fall and in spring trees bear clusters of cream-colored flowers followed by red .

(Amur Maple, Red Rhapsody™ Amur Maple)

A selection of Tatarian maple (which is a small, bushy tree native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia), 'Mondy' is notable for its much-branched, domed habit and the rich red of its fall color. Its rounded, three-lobed, toothy leaves turn a uniform red in fall. In spring the tree bears clusters of fragrant,yellowish-white flowers followed by red, winged fruits.

This is a good deciduous tree for northern gardens. Its size makes it useful in small yards and mixed borders. It can also...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

Jesse Saylor

(Amur Maple)

Sometimes listed as Acer ginnala, Amur maple is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. It is a variable species, but many desirable cultivars have been introduced.

The glossy rich green leaves of Amur maple are somewhat slender and often three-lobed. Its best forms have foliage that turns fiery red in fall, though all Amur maple offer brilliant fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange. The fall leaves are accompanied by prolific and showy clusters of winged...

Image of Aesculus californica photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(California Buckeye)

Beautiful and fragrant white flowers, decorative nuts, and glossy leaves make the California buckeye one of the more interesting and pretty buckeyes for the garden. Native to the canyon hills and ranges of central California, this dry-season deciduous large shrub also boasts smooth silver-gray bark that arguably makes the plant look more stunning when no leaves are present.

The warmth of spring finds the new, light green foliage emerging, with hand-like (palmate) leaves with five to seven leaflets...

Image of Afrocarpus gracilior photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(East African Yellowwood, Fern Pine)

The graceful form of fern pine is accented by the linear, bluish green leaves that project from the branches much like the leaves of a lily. This tall, tender evergreen tree is native to higher elevations of subtropical eastern Africa. Unlike other conifers such as junipers, that have scale-like needles, fern pine leaves are smooth, flat and narrow, arranged spirally around gently pendent branches. Plants are dioecious, being either male or female. Male plants produce small, tan, finger-like cones...

Image of Agarista populifolia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Fetterbush, Florida Leucothoe, Hobblebush)

Fetterbush is a broadleaf evergreen shrub with arching branches densely covered with glossy, dark green leaves tinged with reddish bronze new growth. Fragrant creamy white flowers occur in late spring on this native of the wetlands of the southeastern United States. The flowers are urn-shaped and dangle from the arching branches.

Fetterbush needs moist soils and at least partial shade to look its best and makes an excellent evergreen screen in shady gardens. It is an especially attractive companion...

Image of Allamanda cathartica photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Compact Golden Trumpet, Golden Trumpet, Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Its cultivar 'Grandiflora' has large, abundant, light yellow flowers. The fragrant, loosely clustered blooms appear nearly year-round in tropical conditions. Spiny seed capsules follow the flowers. The coarse oval leaves are leathery and glossy. The long, scrambling stems will climb any structures available, or will grow as a freestanding shrub if their tips are regularly pruned. They are relatively compact compared...