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Image of Indigofera kirilowii photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Kirilow's Indigo)

Lovely, feathery, mid-green foliage of Kirilow's indigo nicely accompany the rosy pink flowers in early and midsummer. A suckering, mounding deciduous shrub from northern China, Korea and southern Japan, it acts like an herbaceous perennial in areas with cold winters. The leaves are finely textured and pinnate - looking like a feather with the seven to eleven oval leaflets on each leaf. By early summer to midsummer, dense flower spikes arise from inbetween the leaves on the spreading stems. The...

Image of Ipomoea carnea photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bush Morning Glory, Gloria de la Mañana, Shrub Ipomoea)

Tall and lanky, the branch tips of the bush morning glory bear clusters of pink funnel-shaped flowers when weather is warm. A frost-tender shrub from Mexico to Brazil, its lowest stem reaches become woody, but in frosty regions it usually is killed back to the ground and quickly rejuvenates in spring.

The leaves are narrowly oval with long tapering tips and are a primary distinguishing feature to avoid confusion with the noxious vining weed Ipomoaea cairica that has five-lobed leaves....

Image of Ipomoea carnea ssp. fistulosa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bush Morning Glory, Gloria de la Mañana, Shrub Ipomoea)

Tall and lanky, the branch tips of the bush morning glory bear clusters of pink funnel-shaped flowers when weather is warm. A frost-tender shrub from Mexico to Brazil, its lowest stem reaches become woody, but in frosty regions it usually is killed back to the ground and quickly rejuvenates in spring.

The leaves are narrowly oval with long tapering tips and are a primary distinguishing feature to avoid confusion with the noxious vining weed Ipomoaea cairica that has five-lobed leaves....

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Jessie Keith

(Sapphire Gem Iris, Standard Dwarf Bearded Iris)

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Image of Itea virginica photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Virginia Sweetspire)

Beautiful early summer blooms and fine fall color make Virginia sweetspire an outstanding hardy shrub for the landscape. A native to the moist ravines of the southeastern United States, this lightly suckering shrub has pretty arching branches and a bushy habit. It bears long, drooping, fragrant panicles of creamy white flowers in late spring to early summer. In fall, its bright green, glossy leaves change to shades of dark red, burgundy and orange red and persist on the stem through part of the winter....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Henry's Garnet Virginia Sweetspire, Virginia Sweetspire)

Prized for its fragrant flowers and its splendid fall color, sweetspire is a small, deciduous, suckering shrub native to the eastern and central United States. The cultivar 'Henry's Garnet' produces relatively large panicles of creamy white flowers in late spring and early summer. In fall its oval bright green leaves change to dark red and purple, persisting into winter. The gracefully arching green or purple stems may die back in severe winters.

This award-winning plant prefers partial to full...

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James Burghardt

(Merlot Virginia Sweetspire, Virginia Sweetspire)

Dark burgundy-red fall color and a compact habit set 'Merlot' apart from the others. This lightly suckering shrub has pretty arching branches and a bushy habit. In late spring to early summer it bears long, drooping panicles of creamy white flowers that are sweetly fragrant. In fall, its bright green, glossy leaves change to a rich burgundy and persist on the stem through part of the winter. Its arching dark green stems turn dark purple-red when exposed to direct sunlight.

Sweetspire tolerates...

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Jessie Keith

(Little Henry® Sweetspire, Virginia Sweetspire)

Prized for its fragrant flowers and its splendid fall color, sweetspire is a small deciduous suckering shrub native to the eastern and central United States. The dwarf selection Little Henry® produces bottlebrush panicles of creamy white flowers in late spring and early summer on compact purple or green stems. In fall its oval bright green leaves change to dark red and purple, often persisting into winter.

This versatile shrub prefers partial to full sun and moist acidic well drained soil. It...

(Ixora)

The brightly colored Ixora ‘Maui’ was originally selected in Hawaii. This truly tropical evergreen shrub is relatively compact. It is covered with large, leathery, elliptical leaves with opposite arrangement. As long as growing conditions are favorable, it will produce many round flower clusters comprised of lots of four-petaled blooms with long floral tubes. The brightly colored flowers are orange to orange-red. They are pollinated by butterflies and followed by hard, fleshy berry-like...

Image of Ixora coccinea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Jungleflame, Scarlet Jungleflame)

Native to India and Sri Lanka, jungleflame is an evergreen tropical shrub. Under ideal conditions it will bloom continuously, attracting butterflies, with clusters of tubular flowers in red, yellow, orange, pink or white. Its shiny dark green leaves have a bronze tint when young.

Jungleflame looks its best when grown in fertile, acidic, well-drained soil. It is a pretty and dependable plant for use in the foundation planting, mixed border or patio container. Near concrete, the higher pH in the...