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

Large-flowered St. John’s wort beautifies the landscape with its lovely blue-green foliage, graceful yellow flowers and showy red fruits. It is a semi-evergreen shrub which hails from meadows, slopes and streamsides in western China. The commonly sold cultivar 'Sungold' is believed by many experts to actually be this species.

The upright, arching stems of this shrub are lined with opposite pairs of oblong, deep blue-green leaves. Large, bright yellow, five-petaled flowers are held above the...

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Grandiflora

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

This neat little groundcover is a valuable problem solver for coastal sandy soils too lean for many other plants. It’s a native of the dunes and sand hills of southeastern coastal regions from North Carolina to Florida. This indicates its vital role in stabilizing beach dunes, which helps to protect more delicate flora behind them from wind-burn. Such origins point to its importance for coastal homes where soils are often disturbed by construction and replanting is problematic due to infertile ground,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

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

This unique little shrub makes a splash with is eye-catching leaves, which are irregularly edged with cream and pink variegation. Compact and low-growing, ‘Tricolor’ is semi-evergreen in warm climates but behaves like a perennial in colder zones, dying to the ground in winter and re-emerging in spring.

The oval, oblong foliage of this St. John’s wort is borne in opposite pairs on arching, red-tinted stems. Clusters of large, cup-shaped, yellow flowers bloom at the stem ends throughout the summer....

(Apollo Holly, Deciduous Holly, Winterberry)

The vigorous hybrid ‘Apollo’ is a cross between winterberry (Ilex verticillata) and finetooth holly (I. serrata). It is a tall, rounded deciduous shrub with small glossy leaves that have a hint of burgundy when they first emerge in the spring. This holly is a male-flowering form that is planted to cross pollinate similar hybrids, such as 'Sparkleberry', to ensure they set fruit.

In mid-spring the foliage emerges with burgundy-purple hues and quickly deepens to glossy medium...

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Mark A. Miller

(Bonfire Holly, Hybrid Holly)

The profuse, bright red berries of this large deciduous holly bring excitement to gardens in autumn and winter. A hybrid of winterberry (Ilex verticillata) and finetooth holly ( I. serrata), 'Bonfire' bears numerous small white female flowers in late spring on purple-brown branches clad in oval, shallowly toothed, medium-green leaves. The flowers are pollinated by bees that have just visited a male deciduous holly such as 'Apollo', 'Country Gentleman', or 'Raritan Chief'....

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Mark A. Miller

(Harvest Red Holly, Hybrid Holly)

The profuse, bright red berries of this large deciduous holly are a highlight of the winter garden, standing out brilliantly against the snow. A hybrid of winterberry (Ilex verticillata) and finetooth holly ( I. serrata), 'Harvest Red' bears numerous small white female flowers in late spring on dark-barked branches clad in oval, shallowly toothed, medium-green leaves. The flowers are pollinated by bees that have just visited a male deciduous holly such as 'Apollo', 'Jim...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hybrid Deciduous Holly, Sparkleberry Holly, Winterberry)

The popular cultivar ‘Sparkleberry’ is renowned for its heavy loads of bright red berries that brighten the fall and winter landscape. This tall, deciduous holly is a hybrid of winterberry (Ilex verticillata) and finetooth holly ( I. serrata).

In mid-spring its new foliage emerges with burgundy-purple hues and quickly changes to glossy medium green. By late spring the branches of this female holly become covered with very small white flowers that are pollinated by bees. For...

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James Burghardt

(Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...

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Mark A. Miller

(Arkansas Possumhaw, Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...

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Mark A. Miller

(Council Fire Possumhaw, Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...