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Maureen Gilmer

(New Zealand Tea Tree, Tea Tree)

Tiny snow white blossoms cloak this rugged evergreen shrub like a blizzard in spring. 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 summer, but in the southwestern United States...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Tea Tree)

When in bloom, this tea tree is cool, neutral and beautiful. Its smaller size also makes it more amenable to modest to small urban landscapes. 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 compact shrub develops an untamed grace when allowed to maintain its rounded, somewhat irregular form. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it...

(Dwarf Tea Tree)

Tea trees in the Nanum Group are super compact and have neat rounded habits. The pretty ‘Tui’ has cool light pink blooms that warm up against fine needle-like leaves of bronze. 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 diminutive shrub has a neat rounded form, unlike most taller tea trees. Bloom time is variable. South of the equator it blooms...

(Dwarf Tea Tree)

Tea trees in the Nanum Group are compact and tend to have rounded habits, though overall size and shape can vary considerably from cultivar to cultivar. All are evergreen and have fine needle-like foliage and small colorful flowers. 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.

Most tea trees are quite large and tree-like, but those in the Nanum Group...

(Tea Tree)

This fine cultivar was discovered in the northernmost part of New Zealand in 1917 by Captain Edward John Keatley, a high ranking sea captain with an interest in the natural world. It has larger needle-like leaves than most tea trees and exceptionally large single pale pink blooms. 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...

Image of Lespedeza bicolor photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bicolored Lespedeza, Shrub Lespedeza)

If you need a flowering shrub to fill a garden location where other shrubs fail to prosper, try the shrub or bicolor bush clover. A loosely arching, mound-like shrub that becomes gangly by the end of fall, it looks its best if harshly pruned back every late winter. This wispy shrub is native to eastern Asia -- northern China to Manchuria, Korea and Japan.

Fast growing once spring's warmth returns, the wiry stems are lined with pleasantly colored seafoam green leaves. Each leaf comprises three...

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Russell Stafford

(Shrub Lespedeza, Yakushima Bush Clover, Yakushima Lespedeza)

A compact, well-behaved flowering shrub to fill a garden location where other plants fail to deliver, the Yakushima bush clover won't disappoint. A loosely arching, dwarf mound-like shrub, it is not as fast growing or known to produce lots of seeds and become weedy as the parent species. Bicolor bush clover is native to eastern Asia -- northern China to Manchuria, Korea and Japan.

The wiry stems are lined with pleasantly colored seafoam green leaves, perhaps with a hint of blue-green. Each leaf...

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Jesse Saylor

(Thunberg's Lespedeza, White Bush Clover, White Lespedeza)

Soft pale blue-green leaves with three leaflets cover the upright then arching stems of the white-flowering Thunberg's bush clover. For about a month in early summer, the stems are covered in pea-shaped white blossoms, attracting butterflies and bees. Although resembling a shrub, this is an herbaceous perennial that may be killed back by winter cold or pruned back hard each year to rejuvenate. It's native to meadows of temperate northern China and Japan.

A fast growing plant, the stems gracefully...

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Russell Stafford

(Gibraltar Bush Clover, Gibraltar Lespedeza, Thunberg's Lespedeza)

Pale blue-green leaves with three leaflets cover the arching stems of the Gibraltar bush clover. For about a month in early summer, the stems are covered in pea-shaped violet-pink blossoms infused with lavender, attracting butterflies and bees. Although resembling a shrub, this is an herbaceous perennial that may be killed back by winter cold or pruned back hard each year to rejuvenate. It's native to meadows of temperate northern China and Japan. This cultivar was found growing on the Gibraltar...

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Grandiflora

(Pink Cascade Bush Clover, Pink Cascade Lespedeza, Thunberg's Lespedeza)

Gracefully arching stems covered with blue-green leaves with three leaflets on the smaller, more compact bush clover cultivar 'Pink Cascade'. For about a month in early summer, the stems are covered in pea-shaped blossoms, attracting butterflies and bees. Each flower is pink, but with variable shades of light pale lavender and pink to rosy pink. Although resembling a shrub, this is an herbaceous perennial that may be killed back by winter cold or pruned back hard each year to rejuvenate. It's native...