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Russell Stafford

(Star Magnolia)

This dense shrubby magnolia is considered the most vigorous and cold hardy of the star magnolias. Its starry blooms are some of the first to appear in early spring and are resilient to frost. The petals are rippled or twisted, giving additional interest to the lightly fragrant flowers, and its neat rounded habit makes it amenable to smaller spaces.

Star magnolia is a deciduous large shrub to small tree that develops a pleasing oval shape. Japanese in origin, it is typically multistemmed, but...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pink Star Magnolia)

Pink star magnolia is a cold tolerant shrub to small tree with a dense oval shape. It originates from Japan and produces many large fragrant flowers of soft light pink in early spring before its leaves emerge, which provides a striking visual contrast. The flowers age to pure white.

Pink star magnolia prefers an organic rich soil and full sun for the best flowering. Mulch over the root zone to retain moisture and keep soil cool. An excellent specimen tree for the lawn or border, 'Rosea' can...

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James H. Schutte

(Star Magnolia)

This highly cold tolerant magnolia has a shrubby oval habit and bears many large, fragrant, creamy white flowers before its leaves emerge in spring. The vigorous ‘Royal Star’ It is usually the first star magnolia to begin flowering, and its neat upright habit makes it amenable to smaller spaces.

Star magnolia is a deciduous large shrub to small tree that develops a pleasing oval shape. Japanese in origin, it is typically multistemmed, but can be pruned and manicured to have a central leader...

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James H. Schutte

(Star Magnolia, Waterlily Star Magnolia)

This highly cold tolerant shrubby magnolia has a dense oval habit that produces many large, highly fragrant, starry flowers. The long-petaled blooms are pink in bud and are creamy white when they open. They emerge in early spring before its green oval leaves break bud. The pretty 'Waterlily' also has a neat upright habit amenable to smaller spaces.

Star magnolia is a deciduous large shrub to small tree that develops a pleasing oval shape. Japanese in origin, it is typically multistemmed, but...

Image of Mahonia aquifolium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Holly-leaved Barbarry, Oregon Grape)

Oregon grape holly, an upright evergreen shrub, is native to the area from British Colombia south to northern California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. The color is deep, dark green turning red to purple in the winter. Showy, yellow flowers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Compact Oregon Grape, Oregon Grape)

Compact Oregon grape holly, an upright evergreen shrub, is native to the area from British Colombia south to northern California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The short stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. The color is deep, dark green turning red to purple in the winter. Showy, yellow...

Image of Mahonia nervosa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cascade Grape Holly, Mahonia)

Cascade grape holly, a dwarf, spreading evergreen shrub, is native to the area from south British Columbia south to central California and not a true holly but more closely related to barberries. The stems are rarely branched and arise directly from underground, running stems. The leaves are pinnate or feather-like and attach directly to the stem. Leaflets are semi-glossy, leathery, stiff, ovate, and have several sharp spines. There is no mid-vein in the leaves, but instead has a net-like arrangement....

Image of Malacothamnus fasciculatus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Mendocino Bushmallow)

One of the most beautiful flowering shrubs for a chaparral landscape, the Mendocino bushmallow bears throngs of bowl-shaped lavender-pink flowers in summertime. This fast-growing evergreen shrub is native to southern California and adjacent northwestern Mexico in dry slopes and canyons. It develops an irregularly rounded habit with spreading but vertical branches. Over time the shrub's roots spread to sprout new foliage and stems to create a mild thicket.

The quilted, jagged leaves range in color...

Image of Malpighia coccigera photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Holly, Miniature Holly, Singapore Holly)

You wouldn't expect to find a real holly growing in the warm, sandy soils of the West Indies, but you might encounter the holly-imposter known as miniature holly. It's sometimes and confusingly called Singapore holly because of its wide popularity as a small container bonsai subject there.

Miniature holly's glossy deep green leaves display small, sharply pointed lobes, the reason it is referred to as a holly. The foliage partially masks the wiry, open branches with a stark, gray-white bark. Anytime...

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Mark A. Miller

(Sargent's Crabapple)

The short Tina Sargent's crabapple has graceful branches filled with thousands of white flowers in late spring and reveals small dark red fruits in the fall and early winter after the leaves drop. A deciduous large shrub native to Japan, it has a short, spreading and mounded habit. The oval to three-lobed leaves are dark green with teeth on the edges. In mid to late spring the occasionally spined branches are filled with new bud clusters that open to fragrant, pure white flowers that will be visited...