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Image of Carludovica palmata photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Panama Hat Palm, Panama Hat Plant)

Certain to make you think it is a palm, the palm-like shrub Panama hat palm has large segmented fan-like leaves and ginger-like flowers. A short-stemmed, evergreen tropical shrub native to southern Central America and extreme northern South America, it is only a cousin to true palms and is more closely related to screw pines (Pandanus spp.).

The large dark green leaves extend upwards from the short stumpy stem. The petioles (leaf stems) are rigid and long, topped by a leaf that...

Image of Caryopteris incana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bluebeard, Moustache Plant)

Bluebeard is an open-formed deciduous shrub that brings a magnificent display of bold violet-blue flowers among gray leaves in late summer and fall. Native of China and Japan, it blooms from the current season's growth. Gray-green leaves, each oval but with jagged lobes, appear in pairs along the stems and are fragrant if crushed. In late summer and into early autumn, clusters of violet-blue to deep true blue flowers emerge from the paired leaf joints. Butterflies and bees will visit the plant when...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Autumn Pink Bluebeard, Bluebeard)

Autumn Pink bluebeard is a compact deciduous shrub that brings an unexpected display of light rosy-pink flowers among bright green leaves in late summer and fall. Native of China and Japan, it blooms from the current season's growth. Bright green leaves, each oval but with jagged lobes, appear in pairs along the stems and are fragrant if crushed. In late summer and into early autumn, clusters of very pale pink flowers emerge from the paired leaf joints. Butterflies and bees will visit the plant when...

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James H. Schutte

(Bluebeard, Sunshine Blue Bluebeard)

The popular golden-leaved bluebeard 'Sunshine Blue' offers lovely rich violet-blue flowers in late summer to fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. It is similar to the popular 'Worchester Gold' but is more vigorous and compact.

The deciduous shrub has a uniform mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many small golden to chartreuse toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become lined with...

Image of Caryopteris x clandonensis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

The beautiful bluebeard offers amazing violet-blue flowers for fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many small green to gray-green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become lined with many colorful...

(Arthur Simmonds Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

The first and one of the hardiest cultivars of Caryopteris × clandonensis, this small deciduous shrub covers itself with misty blue flowers in late summer, when most other plants are flagging. A hybrid of C. incana and C. mongholica, 'Arthur Simmonds' originated in the garden of its namesake sometime before 1933.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted...

(Azure Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

Prized for its prolific late-summer display of blue flowers, Caryopteris × clandonensis is a small deciduous shrub originating from a cross between C. incana and C. mongholica. The cultivar 'Azure' has bright powder-blue blooms.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted undersides. Bruised leaves emit a pungent minty odor. In late summer and early fall dense...

(Blue Mist Bluebeard, Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard)

Prized for its prolific late-summer display of blue flowers, Caryopteris × clandonensis is a small deciduous shrub originating from a cross between C. incana and C. mongholica. The cultivar 'Blue Mist' has powder-blue blooms.

This rounded, knee- to waist-high shrub is densely cloaked with small, narrowly oval, gray-green leaves with silvery, felted undersides. Bruised leaves emit a pungent minty odor. In late summer and early fall dense...

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Grandiflora

(Blue Mist Shrub, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard, Dark Knight Bluebeard)

The beautiful bluebeard, ‘Dark Knight’, offers amazing deep violet-blue flowers in fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many small gray-green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become lined with many...

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James Burghardt

(Bluebeard, Pink Chablis Bluebeard)

The patented bluebeard, Pink Chablis, offers lovely soft pink flowers in late summer to fall. This vigorous small flowering shrub is as tough and drought tolerant as it is pretty. The hybrid originates from a cross between the two Asian species Caryopteris incana and C. mongholica.

The deciduous shrub has a uniform mounding, rounded habit and becomes covered with many medium-sized green toothed leaves that have a minty scent if crushed. In the fall, the leafy stems become...