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Image of Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis

James H. Schutte

(American Elderberry)

This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by blue-black berries. The frond-like leaves are divided into 5 to 11 toothed elliptic...

Image of Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis

Jessie Keith

(American Elderberry)

This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by blue-black berries. The frond-like leaves are divided into 5 to 11 toothed elliptic...

Image of Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis

James H. Schutte

(American Elderberry)

This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by blue-black berries. The frond-like leaves are divided into 5 to 11 toothed elliptic...

(Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

Its pinnate (feathery) leaves are divided into many elliptic leaflets, giving a tropical appearance. The leaves emit a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring and summer, flat-topped umbels of...

(Sanchezia)

With glossy green leaves and upright flower spikes of red bracts and yellow flowers, Sanchezia oblonga isn't as ornamentally showy as the bicolor-leaved shrubby whitevein (Sanchezia speciosa). This evergreen shrub makes an effective filler in a mixed tropical border, with showy, hummingbird-attracting flowers during the warm months of the year. It hails from the tropical rainforests on the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains from Ecuador to Bolivia.

Sanchezia develops into...

Image of Sanchezia speciosa photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Shrubby Whitevein)

An alternative to croton, shrubby whitevein or the common sanchezia boasts colorful foliage for a tropical border. The green leaves display contrasting lighter colored veins. Native to the rainforests of Ecuador and Peru, common sanchezia is now widely distributed across Tropical America. This evergreen, frost-tender shrub attains an upright oval silhouette with sparse and angled branches.

Glossy deep green leaves have a tapering oval shape and occur in pairs along green stems. The midvein and...

Image of Santolina chamaecyparissus photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lavender Cotton)

This is a superb drought tolerant plant for garden hot spots. Lavender cotton is a shrubby perennial that originates from the Mediterranean. It is grown for its fragrant, finely divided, silvery, evergreen foliage that blends well with many other perennials. This dense, broadly mounded plant can be sheared or pruned to formal shapes if desired. In midsummer it produces sprays of small, yellow, button-like flowers that are subtly attractive.

Full sun is essential for good garden performance...

Image of Santolina chamaecyparissus

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lavender Cotton)

This is a superb drought tolerant plant for garden hot spots. Lavender cotton is a shrubby perennial that originates from the Mediterranean. It is grown for its fragrant, finely divided, silvery, evergreen foliage that blends well with many other perennials. This dense, broadly mounded plant can be sheared or pruned to formal shapes if desired. In midsummer it produces sprays of small, yellow, button-like flowers that are subtly attractive.

Full sun is essential for good garden performance...

Image of Santolina rosmarinifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Rosemary-leaved Santolina)

This green version of the popular knot garden plant,lavender cotton, is often planted with it to create green and grey elements in graphic compositions. It is a drought resistant native of the Mediterranean region where plants are adapted to a warm rainy winter and long, very dry hot summer. Though it is often found in herb garden, this plant's dense aromatic foliage is cultivated strictly as an ornamental or as in ancient times for its natural pesticidal oils. This dense, broadly mounded plant can...

Image of Santolina virens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Green Santolina)

This green version of the popular knot garden plant, lavender cotton, is often planted with it to create green and grey elements in graphic compositions. It is a drought-resistant, narrow-leaved native of the Mediterranean region, adapted to a warm rainy winter and a long, very dry, hot summer. Though it is often found in herb gardens, this plant is cultivated as an ornamental or as in ancient times for the natural pesticidal oils in its aromatic leaves. This dense, broadly mounded plant can be sheared...