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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Isabella Lilac, Preston's Lilac)

A late-blooming, rock-hardy lilac with showy lilac-purple blooms, this 1928 introduction from the renowned English-Canadian horticulturist Isabella Preston bears masses of branching pyramidal flower clusters at its stem tips in late spring. The fragrant flowers open more than a week after those of common lilac and are borne on the current year's growth. This is the original named cultivar of Syringa x prestoniae, the hybrid between nodding lilac (Syringa komarowii ssp....

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Miss Canada Lilac, Preston's Lilac)

This large, deciduous shrub is distinguished by its prolific and beautiful blooms. In late spring to early summer, ‘Miss Canada’ produces many clusters of subtly sweet smelling, deep pink flowers that are rose-red in bud. These bloom later than the common lilac and prefer full sun and well drained, neutral to slightly acidic soil. Be sure to prune them in summer after they flower. Incorporate them into the landscape as feature plants, in mixed borders or as hedges.

(Nocturne Lilac, Preston's Lilac)

A late-blooming, rock-hardy lilac with showy blue-purple blooms, this 1936 introduction from the Morden Research Station in Manitoba bears masses of branching pyramidal flower clusters at its stem tips in late spring. The fragrant flowers open more than a week after those of common lilac and are borne on the current year's growth. This is one of many cultivars of Syringa x prestoniae, the hybrid between nodding lilac (Syringa komarowii ssp. reflexa) and late lilac...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Preston's Lilac, Telimena Lilac)

A late-blooming, rock-hardy lilac with showy pale pink blooms, this 1970 introduction from Polish hybridizer Wladyslaw Bugala bears masses of branching pyramidal flower clusters at its stem tips in late spring. The fragrant flowers open more than a week after those of common lilac and are borne on the current year's growth. This is one of many cultivars of Syringa x prestoniae, the hybrid between nodding lilac (Syringa komarowii ssp. reflexa) and late lilac (Syringa...

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James H. Schutte

(Globulus Brush Cherry)

The slow-growing 'Globulus' is a compact brush cherry with rich dark green leaves. This evergreen shrub is highly valued for topiary and bonsai. Australian in origin, it produces edible, dark pink to reddish purple fruits and is tough and easy to grow.

The glossy leaves of Australian brush cherry are small, glossy and lance-shaped. The new leaves are bronze-pink and turn green, sometimes with a bronze tint, when fully mature. It produces brushy clusters of white flowers throughout the year, as...

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Mark A. Miller

(Lemmon's Marigold )

This small to medium-sized evergreen shrub bears sunny daisy-flowers during the cooler months. It is native to mountains of southern Arizona and northern Mexico.

Mountain marigold's upright to spreading stems are set with ferny, finely divided, distinctively pungent leaves. Plants are evergreen in frost-free areas. The golden-yellow, cosmos-like flowers are most abundant in fall or winter, with bloom continuing to (or resuming in) spring. A flower or two may appear at other seasons. Self-sowing...

Image of Tagetes nelsonii photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Nelson's Marigold)

Nelson's marigold is an aromatic, small to medium-sized, evergreen or deciduous shrub from uplands of southern Mexico and Guatemala.

This densely branched shrub bears pinnately compound, spicy-scented leaves with five broad, oval, dark green leaflets. Large dense clusters of small, golden-yellow, daisy-like blooms appear in late summer at the stem tips and leaf axils. Flowering continues until late fall or heavy frost. This shrub behaves as a herbaceous perennial in USDA Hardiness Zones 7 and...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

The delicate beauty of this lemon yellow flowered shrub belies its cast iron constitution. A free-flowering cultivar of a large shrub or small tree found from southern North America to southern South America, Gold Star trumpetbush ('Lonesp') can stand up to the worst heat of the low deserts and the humidity of the tropics. Its only limitation is sensitivity to freezing cold.

In mild climates 'Lonesp' may bloom nearly all year with large clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers. Unlike many forms...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)

The delicate flowers of this large, often sprawling shrub belie its cast iron constitution. A free-flowering cultivar of a species found from southern North America to southern South America, 'Orange Jubilee' can stand up to the worst heat of the low deserts and the humidity of the tropics. Its only limitation is sensitivity to severe cold.

In mild climates 'Orange Jubilee' may bloom nearly all year with generous clusters of large trumpet-shaped blooms with folded back tips. The flowers have...

(Esperanza , Yellow Trumpetbush)