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(Sawtooth Hydrangea)

The iridescent pink or purple-blue lacecap-type flower clusters of 'Woodlander' shine in the garden from summer to fall. Its other pleasing attributes include a vigorous rounded habit and purple-hued leaves.

This hardy deciduous flowering shrub has a spreading bushy habit and purplish dark green leaves with toothed edges. Its big clusters have small fertile flowers towards their centers and large, showy sterile flowers along the edges. Flower color is usually pH dependent, acid soils encourage...

(Gemo St. Johns Wort, St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

The willow-like leaves of ‘Gemo’ are topped with many showy clusters of small, yellow flowers from summer to fall. Regarded as having one of the longest flowering seasons of all Hypericum cultivars, this shrubby hybrid is evergreen in milder climates, becoming progressively more deciduous in areas with colder winters.

Unlike many other St. John worts, 'Gemo' has finer, narrow leaves that are medium to dark green with a satiny sheen. Beginning in early summer, numerous small flowers...

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Yoder Brothers

(Hidcote St. John's Wort, St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

The large, sunny yellow flowers of this shrubby St. Johns wort are displayed throughout the summer against a backdrop of smooth, dark green foliage. An award-winning hybrid, ‘Hidcote’ is evergreen to semi-evergreen in warmer climates, but may die to the ground in the coldest parts of its hardiness range, rejuvenating in spring like a perennial.

The branched, red-tinted, somewhat arching stems of this attractive shrub form a round, mounded shape. They are densely covered with dark blue-green,...

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John Rickard

(St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

With handsome green foliage with lighter green undersides, tutsan is especially pretty when the yellow summertime flowers develop into berry-like fruits that change from red to purple to black as they ripen. Native from western Europe eastward to northern Iran, this semi-evergreen shrub is bushy and mounding in form with many upright branches.

The leaves are a pleasant green, each blade held in opposite pairs on the branches. Leaves are oblong and have a lighter green underside. In summer, branch...

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Jessie Keith

(Albury Purple St. John's Wort, St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

With handsome purplish green foliage with lighter green undersides, Albury Purple tutsan is especially pretty when the yellow summertime flowers develop into berry-like fruits that change from red to purple to black as they ripen. Native from western Europe eastward to northern Iran, this semi-evergreen shrub is bushy and mounding in form with many upright branches.

The new leaves emerge purplish burgundy and mature with more green tones, each blade held in opposite pairs on the branches. Leaves...

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Jessie Keith

(Large-flowered St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

This low-growing, spreading shrub is typically planted in masses as a groundcover. Large-flowered St. John's wort is evergreen or semi-evergreen, depending on climate, and originates from southern Europe and southwestern Asia. It has angled stems that root and run above and below ground to form large mats. Some of the above ground stems have upright growth.

The foliage and flowers of this Hypericum are both attractive. The leaves are oval to oblong, arranged oppositely on the stems...

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Jessie Keith

(Brigadoon Large-flowered St. John's Wort, Large-flowered St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

When the bright leaves of ‘Brigadoon’ first emerge they are chartreuse blushed with orange turning to chartreuse or yellow-green. This low-growing, spreading shrub is typically planted in masses as a groundcover. Brigadoon St. John's wort is evergreen or semi-evergreen, depending on climate, and originates from southern Europe and southwestern Asia. It has angled stems that root and run above and below ground to form large mats. Some of the above ground stems have upright growth.

The foliage...

(St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

Distinctive blue-green to seafoam green foliage of this St. John's wort nicely contrasts the bright yellow flowers that include a tufted mass of stamens in late summer. A mounded and relatively short-lived, usually deciduous shrub, it is native to the southeastern United States. The thick stems are interesting because of the reddish brown, flaking bark.

The oblong leaves are bluish green, but close to a true sea green at the same time. They densely lined the stems and in mid and late summmer,...

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James Burghardt

(St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort, Sunburst St. John's Wort)

The cool, blue-green foliage of this St. John's wort contrasts beautifully with its summer and fall display of bright yellow flowers. The species is a mounded, deciduous shrub native to rocky hills and fields of the southeastern United States. The cultivar ‘Sunburst’ was selected for its larger flowers and more compact growth habit.

The stems of this handsome shrub are covered with attractive, exfoliating, red-tinted bark, and are densely lined with opposite pairs of rounded, bluish,oblong...

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Jesse Saylor

(Henry's St. John's Wort, St. Johnswort)

The soothing foliage of Henry’s St. John’s wort is a pleasant backdrop for its golden yellow flowers borne in summer. An upright, deciduous shrub, it is native to dry, open areas from southwestern China to the Southeast Asian peninsula and Indonesia.

The erect, arching branches of this species typically form a vase shape, and are covered with red-brown bark. Narrow, rounded, oblong, medium to dark green leaves line the stems in opposite pairs. In midsummer to autumn, loose clusters of starry,...