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Image of Camellia x vernalis

John Rickard

(Vernal Camellia, Yuletide Camellia)

Fittingly named, 'Yuletide' blooms from late autumn to winter and produces single red flowers with a large, prominent cluster of yellow stamens in the center. The buds open a few at a time so that during the course of a frosty winter, not all flowers will be potentially lost.

Vernal camellia is a long-lived evergreen shrub believed to be derived from a natural cross between Camellia japonica and C. sasanqua. Its evergreen leaves are glossy, dark green and elliptical, and its...

Image of Caragana arborescens photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

Image of Caragana arborescens

Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

Image of Caragana arborescens

Russell Stafford

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

Image of Caragana arborescens

Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

Image of Carissa macrocarpa photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Carissa, Natal Plum)

Natal plum is an attractive, spiny shrub native to South Africa. This tropical, evergreen plant has thick, leathery leaves which are oval to roundish, often with a spine at the tip. There are also many sharp, Y-shaped thorns on the stems and branches. The leaves are glossy; bright dark green on the upper surface, paler below and opposite on the stem. Milky, latex sap is exuded when the plant is cut or broken. The star-shaped, tubular, white flowers are borne singly or in small clusters at the branch...

Image of Carissa macrocarpa

Mark A. Miller

(Boxwood Beauty Natal Plum)

Natal plum ‘Boxwood Beauty’ is an attractive, dwarf, nearly spineless cultivar of Carissa macrocarpa which is a spiny shrub native to South Africa. This tropical, evergreen plant has thick, leathery leaves which are oval to roundish. The leaves are glossy; bright dark green on the upper surface, paler below and opposite on the stem. Milky, latex sap is exuded when the plant is cut or broken. The star-shaped, tubular, white flowers are borne singly or in small clusters at the branch tips...

Image of Carissa macrocarpa

James H. Schutte

(Natal Plum)

Natal plum ‘Emerald Blank’ is an attractive, dwarf cultivar of Carissa macrocarpa which is a spiny shrub native to South Africa. This tropical, evergreen plant has thick, leathery leaves which are oval to roundish often with a spine at the tip. There are also soft, Y-shaped thorns on the stems and branches. The leaves are glossy; bright dark green on the upper surface, paler below and opposite on the stem. Milky, latex sap is exuded when the plant is cut or broken. The star-shaped, tubular,...

(Carissa, Green Carpet Natal Plum, Natal Plum)

Natal plum ‘Green Carpet’ is an attractive, dwarf cultivar of Carissa macrocarpa which is a spiny shrub native to South Africa. This tropical, evergreen plant has thick, leathery leaves which are oval to roundish often with a spine at the tip. There are also a few Y-shaped thorns on the stems and branches. The leaves are glossy; bright dark green on the upper surface, paler below and opposite on the stem. Milky, latex sap is exuded when the plant is cut or broken. The star-shaped, tubular,...

(Carissa, Natal Plum, Tuttle's Natal Plum)

Natal plum ‘Tuttle’ is an attractive, dwarf, prostrate cultivar of Carissa macrocarpa which is a spiny shrub native to South Africa. This tropical, evergreen plant has thick, leathery leaves which are oval to roundish often with a spine at the tip and are densely packed on the stems. There are Y-shaped thorns on the stems and branches. The leaves are glossy; bright dark green on the upper surface, paler below and opposite on the stem. Milky, latex sap is exuded when the plant is cut or broken....