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(Alder Buckthorn)

Glossy leaves and red turning deep purple-blue berries in autumn are the attractive features of the tallhedge buckthorn. A deciduous, hardy narrow shrub, it is native to much of Europe, extending into extreme northern Africa and western Asia. This upright plant has proven invasive in the moist soils across much of eastern North America, where it has lost favor since first being introduced in the 1950s.

With smooth grayish brown bark, the glossy green to dark green leaves add interest to the plant....

Image of Fremontodendron californicum photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(California Flannelbush)

Golden yellow flowers and felted evergreen leaves make this California native shrub a winner for water-conservation landscapes. Fast-growing and resilient in arid landscapes, it naturally grows in desert scrub, chaparral and open pine forests. Mature plants develop an irregular, open crown and short trunk.

The thick, lobed leaves of flannelbush are rich green to gray-green and fully evergreen. When growing conditions are wetter the leaves grow larger, while arid conditions cause smaller foliage....

Image of Fuchsia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

(Alice Hoffman Fuchsia, Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

(Alison Patricia Fuchsia, Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

Image of Fuchsia

James H. Schutte

(Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

Image of Fuchsia

James H. Schutte

(Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

(Beacon Rosa Fuchsia, Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

(Blue Eyes Fuchsia, Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...

(Cherry Fuchsia, Fuchsia)

Tropical and diverse, the genus Fuchsia contains well over 100 species. Most are woody evergreen shrubs or trees and tropical in origin, though many cultivated varieties are grown in temperate zones as herbaceous tender perennials. Fuchsia species can be found in Mexico, South and Central America and a few Pacific islands.

There are literally hundreds of Fuchsia cultivars. All are grown for their brilliant, tubular, pendulous flowers that come in vivid shades...