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Image of Ledum palustre photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Marsh Labrador Tea, Muskeg Tea, Wild Rosemary)

Circumboreal in origin, wild rosemary is a plant of the Northern latitudes, bringing white blossoms to rocky terrain normally cloaked in lichen and moss. More prostrate in habit with some upright but spreading stems, this small mounding shrub is native to lands around the North Pole, including northern Europe and Siberia, and Greenland, Canada and Alaska in North America. Plants are usually buried under snow in winter and grow and bloom in the short summer when snow has fully melted away.

The...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hawaiian Holly, Mali-mali, West Indian Holly)

Sometimes listed under the old but descriptive name, Leea coccinea, this tropical evergreen shrub to small tree offers showy foliage, flowers and fruits all year round. It naturally exists in the forest understory of tropical Africa, Madagascar, India and Myanmar (Burma) but has become established in other tropical regions, such as Hawaii. The generic name Leea honors Scottish plantsman and author of the seminal Introduction to Botany (1760), James Lee (1715-1795). This...

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James Burghardt

(Hawaiian Holly, Red Leea, Red Mali-mali, West Indian Holly)

From foliage to fruit, the whole of red West Indian holly is deep red and purple tinted, even the new stems. It is comparable to the more cold hardy heavenly bamboos (Nandina spp.) in looks, habit and flower and fruit interest. In the tropics it may be planted as a resilient and fast-growing landscape specimen for shade. In temperate climes it can be enjoyed as a container specimen for the summer patio or winter conservatory.

Sometimes listed under the old but descriptive name, Leea...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

Few drought resistant shrubs can rival the color of 'Burgundy Queen.' Everything about it is majestic and burgundy. Its profuse, fully double flowers are intense dark burgundy, and the fine foliage of this large shrub is also burgundy flushed. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

Tea tree is a large shrub to small tree that develops an untamed...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

The relatively compact ‘Crimson Glory’ offers lots of double rose-red flowers against deep green needle-like foliage. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub develops a natural grace when allowed to maintain its naturally rounded, somewhat irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it blooms from spring through...

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James H. Schutte

(New Zealand Tea Tree, Tea Tree)

The large, vigrorous tea tree 'Helene Strybing' offers lots of pastel pink flowers against deep green needle-like foliage. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged small tree develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its naturally irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it blooms from spring through to summer,...

(Tea Tree)

Luscious double pink blossoms make this tea tree stand out as a favorite for arid gardens. The blooms shine against the fine needle-like foliage of this tough plant. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged small tree develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its naturally irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

The vivid double blooms of 'Martini' tea tree are delicious magenta pink. Their brazen color pops against the dark green needle-like foliage of the tough, compact shrub. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its naturally irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator...

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John Rickard

(Tea Tree)

The bright red flowers of ‘Red Ensign’ glow against the fine, needle-like burgundy foliage of this exceptional landscape shrub. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its naturally irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it blooms from spring through to...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

The large, double, ruby red flowers of this tried and true tea tree glisten against its deep green, needle-like foliage. 'Ruby Glow' is the oldest, most established Leptospermum scoparium selection in California and graces many a Los Angeles neighborhood. It originates from New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

This rugged shrub to small tree develops...