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Image of Nerium oleander

James Burghardt

(Oleander, Variegated Oleander)

The deep green variegated leaves of this exceptional shrub have ivory yellow edges and some of the leaves are completely ivory. These compliment its pretty pink flowers and look great all year around.

Oleander is a tough Mediterranean shrub that thrives where summers are dry and hot. It is a large, evergreen shrub with bushy, rounded to vase-shaped habit. Variegated, linear, lance-shaped leaves line the branches throughout the year and emit white latex when broken. The colorful flowers appear...

Image of Odontonema tubaeforme photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Firespike, Purple Firespike)

Hummingbirds love the vibrant blooms of purple firespike. Its dense upright flower clusters are a magenta-pink to lavender and add bright color and interest to warm climate gardens. This upright, tender shrub is native to lower Mexico and Central America where it naturally grows in the forest understory, margins and sometimes open areas.

Fast-growing in the heat and humidity of summer, the upright stems have oval deep green leaves that taper at the tips. These are in pairs along the stems. Stem...

Image of Olea europaea

Mark A. Miller

(Common Olive, Little Ollie® Common Olive)

The beauty of the olive tree is now available in this shrub selection, ‘Montra,’ opening new uses for gardens in suitable climates. The parent species is a native of well-drained Mediterranean hill country where oil pressed from its fruits fueled the lamps of great, early civilizations. An evergreen, ‘Montra’ has larger green leaves with light green undersides for a remarkably lush-looking drought-resistant shrub. This plant produces multiple shoots from the base to produce a dense, upright mass....

Image of Osmanthus heterophyllus photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Holly Osmanthus)

Resembling a glossy-leaved holly on first inspection, the holly osmanthus is regarded for its lovely floral fragrance in mid to late autumn. An evergreen broadleaf shrub that is terrific as a hedge, it hails from Japan.

Each stiff leaf is spiny edged and held in opposite pairs on the stem. Each is oblong and leathery, with very deep sinuses to form the holly-like teeth or spines. As leaves age on the plant, these sinuses subside and a leaf can become fully oval with minimal teeth. In mid to...

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Jessie Keith

(Holly Osmanthus)

Resembling a paint spattered, glossy-leaved holly on first inspection, the Goshiki holly osmanthus has magnificent multi-colored leaves and has lovely floral fragrance in mid to late autumn. An evergreen broadleaf shrub that is terrific as a hedge, it hails from Japan.

Each stiff leaf is spiny edged and held in opposite pairs on the stem. Each is oblong and leathery, with very deep sinuses to form the holly-like teeth or spines. New growth is orange-pink, fading to light pink and cream before...

Image of Osmanthus heterophyllus

Jessie Keith

(Holly Osmanthus)

A dense, ornately-leaved, holly-imposter on first inspection, the Gulftide holly osmanthus has perfectly shaped, teethed leaves and has lovely floral fragrance in mid to late autumn. An evergreen broadleaf shrub that is terrific as a hedge, it hails from Japan.

Each stiff, rich green leaf is spiny edged and held in opposite pairs on the stem. Each is oblong and leathery, with very deep sinuses to form the holly-like teeth or spines. In mid to late autumn, mobbed clusters of fragrant white blossoms...

Image of Osmanthus heterophyllus

Mark A. Miller

(Holly Osmanthus)

A golden to electric yellow, glossy-leaved holly on first inspection, the Ogon holly osmanthus has magnificent yellowed leaves and has lovely floral fragrance in mid to late autumn. An evergreen broadleaf shrub that is terrific as a hedge, it hails from Japan.

Each stiff leaf is spiny edged and held in opposite pairs on the stem. Each is oblong and leathery, with very deep sinuses to form the holly-like teeth or spines. Color varies from pale yellow to chartreuse and deepens to yellow-green and...

Image of Osmanthus heterophyllus

James H. Schutte

(Holly Osmanthus, Variegated Holly Osmanthus)

Resembling a holly on first inspection, the variegated holly osmanthus has elegant ivory and green foliage and lovely floral fragrance in mid to late autumn. An evergreen broadleaf shrub that is terrific as a hedge, it hails from Japan.

Each stiff leaf is edged in small teeth. Held in opposite pairs on the stem, each is oblong and leathery. The dark green color is contrasted with an edge of ivory-white. In mid to late autumn, mobbed clusters of fragrant white blossoms line the branches. Only...

(Osmarea)

Easy to raise but slow growing, Burkwood's osmanthus bears fragrant white flowers in spring and with its glossy foliage makes a fine hedge for the home garden. A hybrid developed in the 1920s in England, this broadleaf evergreen shrub's parents are the Asian species Osmanthus decorus and Osmanthus delavayi.

Densely covering the plant, the glossy dark green leaves are oval and leathery. Small teeth can be on the leaf edges. In mid- and late spring, dense clusters of white flowers...

Image of Pachystachys lutea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lollipop Plant, Yellow Candles, Yellow Shrimp Plant)

Yellow candles is a tender tropical shrub with intriguing yellow and white flowers. This plant, native from Costa Rica to Peru, has pointy oval leaves that are pleasing green. From the tips of branches, a yellow "candle" or bract appears, from which white tubular flowers emerge. These flowers attract hummingbirds.

Place yellow candles in a moist, well draining soil that is fertile and not alkaline. Although it can grow in full sun, its leaves look much nicer if placed in a partially shaded garden...