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Image of Loropetalum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Fringe Flower, Fringeflower, Loropetalum)

The genus Loropetalum is a member of the witch hazel family and is comprised of three species and many varieties of small to medium-sized, blooming trees and shrubs. Loropetalum is native to China, Japan, and south-eastern Asia. The alternate, ovate mid-green leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath and evergreen to semi-evergreen. Many cultivars have been selected for red and burgundy tinted leaves and flowers. Clusters of fragrant, many-petaled, spidery...

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

Red leaf Chinese fringeflower is an evergreen shrub native to Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It bears fragrant, many-petaled, spidery pink flowers in late winter and early spring and sporadically in other seasons. The alternate, ovate leaves are leathery, rough on their upper surface, paler underneath. The cultivar ‘Burgundy’ produces new foliage which is red-purple; the older foliage is dark reddish purple to dark olive-green. In zones where semi-evergreen, the foliage may exhibit orange foliage...

Image of Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum

Southern Living®

(Chinese Fringeflower, Fringe Flower, Loropetalum, Purple-leaved Chinese Fringeflower)

The Chinese fringeflower Purple Diamond™, also known as 'Shang-hi', is an evergreen shrub that originates from Japan, China and southeastern Asia. It is a mounded evergreen shrub with arching branches. In late winter and early spring it offers fragrant spidery fuchsia flowers that appear sporadically the rest of the growing season. Its purple leaves are rounded, leathery and rough on their upper surface. Purple Diamond™ has some of the darkest purple leaves of any other cultivar.

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Image of Lyonia ligustrina photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(He-huckleberry, Male Blueberry, Maleberry)

Maleberry's small white flowers and frosty split dried fruits find this small shrub one of the most ornamental choices for wet sandy soils. This semi-evergreen shrub has a dense, irregular but overall rounded habit and is native to southeastern North American from Quebec southward to Oklahoma and Florida. It grows from heavily branching rhizomes, or underground swollen stems, possibly forming thickets.

Simple, dark green oval leaves with tapered points and hairy undersides fill the shrub from...

(Desert Fern, Feather Bush)

The fine, tiny leaves of desert fern are a wispy backdrop to the small, white "puffball" flowers that appear in late spring or early summer. A large shrub native to the moist riverbanks in the Rincon Mountains of Arizona in the southwestern United States, it is usually evergreen but will drop leaves with frost or drought. Its foliage is very small and bright green, looking like that of a fern with the many leaflets. They turn yellow before dropping, most often in early spring just prior to the new...

Image of Lythrum salicaria photo by: Sarracenia.com

Sarracenia.com

(Purple Loosestrife)

Purple loosestrife is a perennial native to Eurasia and naturalized in many of the temperate regions of the world. It has an upright habit with many angled or square, reddish-brown stems arising from the base forming a large, tall shrub. The leaves are medium to gray-green, lance-shaped, fuzzy and attached to the branch without a stem – sessile. Through out the summer and early fall the branches are topped with spikes of magenta to purple, many petaled flowers which are pollinated by insects including...

(Purple Loosestrife)

Pretty intensely-hued rose-red blooms top tall plants of purple loosestrife ‘Fire Candle’ which is a Royal Horticulture Society Award of Garden Merit winner.

Purple loosestrife is a perennial native to Eurasia and naturalized in many of the temperate regions of the world. It has an upright habit with many angled or square, reddish-brown stems arising from the base forming a large, tall shrub. The leaves are medium to gray-green, lance-shaped, fuzzy and attached to the branch without a stem...

(Purple Loosestrife)

Pretty intensely-hued magenta blooms top tall plants of purple loosestrife ‘Morden’s Pink’. This perennial is native to Eurasia and naturalized in many of the temperate regions of the world. It has an upright habit with many angled or square, reddish-brown stems arising from the base forming a large, tall shrub. The leaves are medium to gray-green, lance-shaped, fuzzy and attached to the branch without a stem – sessile.

Through out the summer and early fall the branches are topped with spikes...

(Purple Loosestrife)

Pretty intensely-hued pink blooms top bushy plants of purple loosestrife ‘Robert’. This perennial is native to Eurasia and naturalized in many of the temperate regions of the world. It has an upright habit with many angled or square, reddish-brown stems arising from the base forming a compact shrub. The leaves are medium to gray-green, lance-shaped, fuzzy and attached to the branch without a stem – sessile.

Through out the summer and early fall the branches are topped with spikes of many petaled...

Image of Magnolia

Jesse Saylor

(Ann Magnolia, Magnolia)

Ann magnolia is a slow-growing large shrub or small tree that displays goblet-shaped deep red-purple or violet in early spring. It is part of The Girls Series (Little Girl Series) of magnolias that were the result of hybridization at the United States National Arboretum. They are all known for their beautiful array of fragrant flowers. They bloom later than star and saucer magnolias and therefore their buds are not likely to be harmed by untimely spring frosts. Occasionally a few repeat flowers open...