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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Its cultivar 'Grandiflora' has especially large, abundant, light yellow flowers. The fragrant, loosely clustered, trumpet-shaped 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...

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James H. Schutte

(Golden Trumpet, Henderson's Golden Trumpet, Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Its cultivar 'Hendersonii' has especially large, orange-yellow, bronze-tinged flowers with white-spotted throats. The fragrant, loosely clustered, trumpet-shaped 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...

(Golden Trumpet, Lemon Sprite Golden Trumpet, Yellow Allamanda)

Yellow allamanda is a massive climbing evergreen shrub native to tropical South America. Named for its relatively small flowers, leaves, and stature, the cultivar 'Lemon Sprite' bears loose clusters of fragrant, trumpet-shaped, yellow blooms nearly year-round. Spiny seed capsules follow the flowers. The oval leaves are leathery and glossy. The scrambling stems will climb any structures available, or will grow as a freestanding shrub if their tips are regularly pruned.

This handsome shrub requires...

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Grandiflora

(Golden Trumpet Bush)

The heat-loving golden trumpet bush, also called dwarf allamanda, is a beautiful, compact shrub that is covered in bright yellow flowers all year around. Brazilian in origin, Allamanda schottii is a tropical evergreen that is popular plant for beds, borders, hedges and large containers.

Bright green to yellow-green leaves cover this shrub throughout the year. These are opposite to one another, and broadly elliptical in shape. The woody branches are covered with brown, furrowed bark...

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Felder Rushing

(Candelabra Aloe, Tree Aloe)

While it takes many years for this branched, tree-like evergreen to reach full size, it’s absolutely fabulous in the meantime. Eventually growing to well above head height, this native of southern Africa bears rosettes of long, succulent, dagger-shaped leaves a candelabra of stems. The grayish green leaves have saw-toothed edges. In winter or early spring, long stalks topped with conical clusters of red tubular flowers arise from the leaf rosettes. Some plants have yellow blooms. Adapted for pollination...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus)

Blue hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed. The hibiscus-like flowers are glossy, mauve, lavender or blue, borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates.

Blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required. Prune by heading back to produce a compact plant. In mild climates use as a border specimen...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus, Purple Delight™ Blue Hibiscus)

Purple Delight Blue Hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. The Purple Delight cultivar flowers freely throughout the growing season with single, funnel-form, royal purple flowers borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed.

Purple delight blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required....

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Hibiscus, Santa Cruz Blue Hibiscus)

Santa Cruz blue hibiscus is an evergreen shrub native to Australia. Cultivar ‘Santa Cruz’ flowers freely throughout the growing season with single, funnel-form, mauve to pale purple flowers borne in the leaf axils at the tips of the branches throughout the year in warm climates. Leaves are bright green, rough textured and irregularly lobed.

Santa Cruz blue hibiscus grows quickly, thriving in well drained soils and full sun. If plants are well mulched, little supplemental water is required. Prune...

Image of Amelanchier alnifolia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Saskatoon Serviceberry)

This is one of the classic small, shrubby deciduous, landscape trees with multi-seasonal beauty. Saskatoon serviceberry displays beautiful white flowers in spring, edible berries in summer and brilliant fall foliage color. Its upright to rounded shrubby shape and smooth light gray branches offer interest in winter.

Native to northwestern North America, this Amelanchier typically has many slender trunks. Its simple, oval, green leaves appear after the showy white flowers in spring. After...

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John Rickard

(Hybrid Cape Mallow, Tara's Pink Hybrid Cape Mallow)

Overall, the hybrid Anisodontea ‘Tara’s Pink’ is larger and bushier than most, and its pink flowers are larger than those of the two most commonly cultivated species, Anisodontea capensis or Anisodontea x hypomadarum.

Cape mallow is an evergreen hybrid shrub with an informal habit. It bears a profusion of pretty flowers from spring until frost or all year round in warm climates.

Its stems are slender, upright, green or purple and covered with dense hairs. They...