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Image of Ephedra major photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Large Ephedra)

Image of Erica x darleyensis photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Hybrid Heath)

The hybrid of winter heath and Irish heath, this low evergreen shrub bears clusters of small white to rose-pink bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are typically dark green, but in some cultivars are yellow, bronze, or variegated.

This plant prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It tolerates neutral soil and short periods of drought. It is often used in the rock garden, or as an...

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James H. Schutte

(Furzey Heath, Hybrid Heath)

A hybrid of winter heath and Irish heath, Furzey heath is a low evergreen shrub bearing clusters of small, deep rose-pink bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are dark green, tipped with pink in the spring.

This plant prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It tolerates neutral soil and short periods of drought. It is often used in the rock garden, or as an edging or ground cover.

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James Burghardt

(Ghost Hills Heath, Hybrid Heath)

The hybrid of winter heath and Irish heath, Ghost hills heath is a low evergreen shrub bearing clusters of small red-purple, bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are grren tipped with silver.

This plant prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It tolerates neutral soil and short periods of drought. It is often used in the rock garden, or as an edging or ground cover.

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Heath, Kramer's Rote Heath)

One of many cultivars of this hybrid heath, this low evergreen shrub bears sprays of small magenta bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are bronze-green.

'Kramer's Rote' prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It tolerates neutral soil and short periods of drought. It works well in the rock garden, or as an edging or ground cover.

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Heath, Mediterranean Pink Heath)

One of many cultivars of this hybrid heath, this low evergreen shrub bears sprays of small purplish-pink bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are medium green.

'Mediterranean Pink' prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It accepts neutral soil and short periods of drought, and is one of the most heat-tolerant heaths. It works well in the rock garden, or as an edging or ground cover.

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Heath, Mediterranean White Heath)

One of many cultivars of this hybrid heath, this vigorous low evergreen shrub bears sprays of fragrant white bell-shaped flowers over many weeks in winter and early spring. The small, needle-like, whorled leaves are medium green.

'Mediterranean White' prefers well-drained, slightly acidic soil, full sun, and protection from drying winds. It accepts neutral soil and short periods of drought. It works well in the rock garden, or as an edging or ground cover.

Image of Juniperus ashei photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Ashe's Juniper)

An evergreen conifer with a low-branching trunk and a picturesque, rounded, open crown, this large shrub or small tree is native to a narrow range of the south-central United States and northern Mexico.

The aromatic, dark green, scale-like foliage of Ashe's juniper is borne on spreading, gray-brown branches that become shaggy-barked with age. The fragrant, decay-resistant wood was traditionally used for fence posts and cedarwood oil. Female plants bear large quantities of large, dark blue, fleshy...

Image of Juniperus chinensis photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Chinese Juniper)

Chinese juniper is a variable evergreen tree or shrub native to China and Japan. The needle-like or scale-like leaves are green to blue-green and usually hold their color in winter. The small, berry-like fruit (on female plants) ripens from whitish blue to dark brown. Chinese juniper prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Many of its cultivars are common in gardens, where they are used for screening, windbreaks and hedging.

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James H. Schutte

(Ames Juniper, Chinese Juniper)

Super tough yet lush and beautiful, 'Ames' is valued as evergreen hedge material with marked tolerance of drying winds. Its parent is a highly variable evergreen shrub native to much of China where it can reach tree like proportions. The extreme variability of Juniperus chinensis has resulted in many cultivars featuring different growth habits, sizes and colors. Thick scaled leaves of 'Ames' are green, but may take on bronze tones in winter. They are well packed onto upright cone-shaped...