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(Ozark Witchhazel, Vernal Witchhazel)

Prized for its sunny yellow winter flowers, 'Squib' is a cultivar of vernal witchhazel (Hamamelis vernalis), a medium to large deciduous shrub from the south-central United States.

The oval, scallop-edged, medium- to dark-green leaves of this upright, rounded shrub are borne alternately along gray-barked branches. The leaves turn yellow in fall. Small flowers with four narrow, ribbon-like, cadmium-yellow petals cluster along the naked branches for several weeks in winter or early...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dwarf Hummingbird Bush, Firebush, Firecracker Shrub)

In its native environments of South Florida, the Caribbean and Tropical Americas, this sun-loving evergreen produces clusters of red floral tubes with yellow-orange centers, on reddish-purple stems from spring through early fall. Its leaves are broad and shiny and produces bluish-black berries after a long bloom season. Butterflies sometimes enjoy the floral nectar, and songbirds relish the juicy fruits.

This cultivar prefers full sun but is somewhat shade tolerant and will adequately grow in...

Image of Hebe buxifolia photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Mountain-box)

Mountain box is an evergreen shrub native to New Zealand. With its compact habit and glossy green leaves it makes a nice low hedge. In summer, small upright clusters of white flowers attract butterflies.

A sunny site, protected from drying winds, with well-drained, non-acidic soil are the best growing conditions for this plant.

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(Mountain-box)

Mountain-box is a compact evergreen shrub native to New Zealand. With its compact habit and glossy green leaves 'Patty's Purple' makes a nice low hedge or border plant. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its small upright clusters of purple flowers that eventually fade to white.

Plant Patty's Purple mountain-box in a sunny site, protected from drying winds, with a well-drained soil that is either alkaline or neutral in pH.

Image of Hebe speciosa photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(New Zealand Hebe)

Showy hebe is a New Zealand native with glossy evergreen leaves and a dense, rounded habit. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its spikes of small reddish-purple flowers.

Hebe is a drought-tolerant plant that is useful for a low hedge, the foundation or mixed border. Plant in full sun and away from drying winter winds. A slightly alkaline soil is also important. Cultivar 'Imperialis' has red foliage and reddish pink flowers, and 'Tricolor' has dual colored leaves that blush purple in winter.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(New Zealand Hebe)

Tricolor hebe is a New Zealand native plant with a dense, rounded habit and glossy gray-green leaves with white margins and undersides of grayish lavender. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its spikes of small violet-purple flowers. In winter, the leaves also blush purple on leaf undersides.

A drought-tolerant evergreen plant that is useful for a low hedge, the foundation or mixed border, hebe needs an alkaline soil. Plant in full sun and away from drying winter winds.

(Mountain-box)

Mountain box is an evergreen shrub native to New Zealand. With its compact habit and glossy green leaves it makes a nice low hedge. In summer, small upright clusters of white flowers attract butterflies.

A sunny site, protected from drying winds, with well-drained soil is the best place for this plant.

(Mountain-box)

Mountain boxwood is a compact evergreen shrub native to New Zealand. With its compact habit and glossy green leaves 'Patty's Purple' makes a nice low hedge or border plant. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its small upright clusters of purple flowers that eventually fade to white.

Plant mountain box in a sunny site, protected from drying winds, with a well-drained soil.

(Hebe, Showy Hebe, Showy Speedwell)

Showy hebe is a New Zealand native with glossy evergreen leaves and a dense, rounded habit. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its spikes of small reddish-purple flowers.

Hebe is a drought-tolerant plant that is useful for a low hedge, the foundation or mixed border. Plant in full sun and away from drying winter winds. A slightly alkaline soil is also important. 'Imperialis' has red foliage and reddish pink flowers, and 'Tricolor' has dual colored leaves that blush purple in winter.

(Showy Speedwell, Tricolor Hebe)

Tricolor hebe is a New Zealand native plant with a dense, rounded habit and glossy gray-green leaves with white margins and undersides of grayish lavender. In summer, butterflies are attracted to its spikes of small violet-purple flowers. In winter, the leaves also blush purple on leaf undersides.

A drought-tolerant evergreen plant that is useful for a low hedge, the foundation or mixed border, hebe needs an alkaline soil. Plant in full sun and away from drying winter winds.