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(Heather, Scotch Heather, Spring Cream Heather)

Pretty and bright, the heather cultivar ‘Spring Cream’ is a compact, evergreen shrub with a neat, bushy habit. It has tiny, scale-like leaves of bright green and dense branches that are slender and erect. From summer to fall, it produces numerous clusters of small, creamy white, bell-shaped flowers along its stems.

Heather must have acid soil that is well drained, evenly moist and rich in organic matter. It prefers full to partial sun and is wind tolerant. This pretty shrub is highly attractive...

(Heather, Scotch Heather, Spring Torch Heather)

Originating from Europe to Asia Minor, spring torch heather is a compact, low-growing, evergreen shrub that forms a short mound with tiny, scale-like leaves and small bell-shaped flowers. This shrub's many short, upright branches shoot up from its base to form an overall spikey appearance. Its tiny scale-like leaves are green for most of the year but in spring possess a fiery mix of orange, red and cream on their tips. Its mauve-pink flowers appear on short racemes from midsummer to late autumn....

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Heather, Scotch Heather, Tib Heather)

Originating from Europe to Asia Minor, tib heather is a rounded, low-growing, evergreen shrub that forms a short mound with tiny, scale-like leaves and small bell-shaped flowers. This cultivar has a fairly open habit with many short, upright branches shoot up from its base to form an overall spikey appearance. Its unique rosy purple double flowers are the highlight of this plant, appearing on short racemes from midsummer to late autumn.

Tib heather prefers well drained, acidic soil in full sun....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Sweetshrub)

White, magnolia-like blossoms with yellow and violet make Venus sweetshrub a lovely plant for the mixed border. A spreading shrub that is deciduous, this hybrid was first grown from seed at North Carolina State University research facility in Fletcher in 2001, the result of complex crosses of three species of sweetshrubs.

The leaves are oblong ovals, glossy deep green in color. In late spring to midsummer, depending on warmth of the climate, small, plump, light green flower buds arise and open...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Chinese Sweetshrub)

Lustrous, glossy green leaves and white blossoms with flecks of maroon make Chinese sweetshrub a lovely plant for the mixed border. A spreading shrub that is deciduous, it is native to moist mountain streambanks in eastern China. The leaves are oblong ovals, glossy mid- to dark green in color and with irregular edges. In spring or summer, depending on warmth of the climate, small, plump, wide strap-like petaled flowers arise from stem tips. They are white to palest pink in color, with inner petals...

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Felder Rushing

(Sweetshrub)

Fragrant with scents of fruit and spice, the unusual flowers of Carolina allspice make this shrub an unusual specimen for the garden. A rounded and spreading deciduous shrub, it is native to the extreme southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida.

Its leaves are oval with a gracefully and elegantly pointed tip, and satiny-green to dark-green with a lighter gray-green underside. As the leaves begin to emerge in spring, the flowers appear on short stems. They open a rich, deep brownish-red...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Athens Sweetshrub, Sweetshrub)

Late spring's fruit-and spice-scented, greenish yellow flowers makes 'Athens' a terrific selection of Carolina allspice for the garden. A rounded and spreading deciduous shrub, it is native to the extreme southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida. Its foliage is pretty, oval with a gracefully and elegantly pointed tip, and semi-glossy green to dark green with a lighter gray-green underside. As the leaves begin to emerge in spring, the flowers appear on short stems. They open a sheepishly...

(Edith Wilder Sweetshrub, Sweetshrub)

Fragrant with scents of fruit and spice, the unusual flowers and more rounded leaves of the Edith Wilder Carolina allspice make this shrub an unusual specimen for the garden. A rounded and slightly taller deciduous shrub than usual, it is native to the extreme southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida.

Its leaves are rounded ovals with a gracefully and elegantly pointed tip, and satiny-green to dark-green with a lighter gray-green underside. As the leaves begin to emerge in spring,...

(Michael Lindsey Sweetshrub, Sweetshrub)

Fragrant with scents of fruit and spice, the unusual flowers, and a dense, rounded shape of the Michael Lindsey Carolina allspice make this shrub perhaps the finest selections. A rounded, well-branched deciduous shrub, it is native to the extreme southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida.

Its leaves are ovals with a gracefully and elegantly pointed tip, and shiny dark green with a lighter gray-green underside. As the leaves begin to emerge in spring, the flowers appear on short stems....

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James H. Schutte

(Eastern Sweetshrub)

Fragrant with scents of fruit and spice, the unusual flowers of sweetshrub make this an lovely conversational specimen for the garden. A rounded and spreading deciduous shrub that lacks hairs on its young branches, variety glaucus is native to the extreme southeastern United States, from Virginia to Florida.

Its leaves are oval with a gracefully and elegantly pointed tip, and satiny-green to dark-green with a lighter gray-green underside. As the leaves begin to emerge in spring, the flowers...