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James H. Schutte

(Chastetree, White-flowered Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast-growing, small tree or shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. The cultivar 'Alba' bears long, terminal spikes of small, fragrant, white to palest lavender flowers from late spring or early summer into autumn. These lovely blooms are attractive to butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Highly ornamental, palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides look great all season and maintain more silver hues if plants are grown in drier locations. The leaves...

(Blushing Bride Chastetree, Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast growing small tree or tender shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. The cultivar 'Blushing Bride' bears terminal spikes of small fragrant beige-ivory flowers from late spring or early summer into autumn, attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. The petals are usually tinted mauve or pink. The palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides are fragrant when bruised.

Place chastetree in a sunny location with well drained soil. It thrives...

(Chastetree, Colonial Blue Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast growing small tree or tender shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. The cultivar 'Colonial Blue' bears terminal spikes of small fragrant powdery blue flowers from late spring or early summer into autumn, attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. The palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides are fragrant when bruised.

Place chastetree in a sunny location with well drained soil. It thrives in heat and blooms on new, current season growth....

(Chastetree, Lavender Lady Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast growing small tree or tender shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. The cultivar 'Lavender Lady' bears terminal spikes of small fragrant lavender-blue flowers from late spring or early summer into autumn, attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. The palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides are fragrant when bruised.

Place chastetree in a sunny location with well drained soil. It thrives in heat and blooms on new, current season growth....

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David L. Morgan

(Chastetree, Montrose Purple Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast-growing, small tree or large shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. Distinguished by its glorious spires of small, fragrant, violet-purple flowers that appear from summer to autumn, 'Montrose Purple' is one of the prettier color selections for the garden. Its blooms are also larger than those of wild-type Vitex agnus-castus and plants are known to bloom with vigor well into fall. Highly ornamental, palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides...

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Sharptop Trees

(Chastetree, Shoal Creek Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast-growing, small tree or large shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. Distinguished by its large, prolific spires of small, fragrant, rich lavender-blue flowers that appear from summer to fall, 'Shoal Creek' is a lovely selection that was introduced in 1983 by Goodness Grows of Lexington, Georgia and named for Shoal Creek Nursery of Athens, Georgia (the origin of the seed it was selected from). In a trial of Vitex agnus-castus cultivars held at Longwood Gardens,...

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James H. Schutte

(Chastetree, Silver Spire Chastetree)

Chastetree is a fast growing small tree or tender shrub native to southern Europe and western Asia. Named for the almost metallic sheen of its white pewter-tinged flowers, the cultivar 'Silver Spire' bears its long terminal spikes of small fragrant blooms from late spring or early summer into autumn, attracting butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. The palmate (hand-shaped), gray-green leaves with silvery undersides are aromatic if bruised.

Place chastetree in a sunny location with well drained...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Roundleaf Chastetree)

Spreading widely across a variety of soils, the beach vitex has satiny gray-green to blue-green leaves and bluish purple flowers when temperatures are warm. A deciduous shrub that spreads into a vigorous, massed groundcover, it hails from southeastern Asia and Australia.

Its oval leaves have a blunt point and are gray-green to bluish green on the top and more grayed on their undersides. They contrast the dark brown branches that first flop and then reach upright from the horizontal running stems....

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Trifoliate Chastetree)

The green and white aromatic foliage of this large upright evergreen shrub is a lovely backdrop for its blue-purple summer flowers. It's native to coastal areas from China southward to northern Australia and the Pacific Islands. The grayish green leaves with fuzzy white undersides are typically divided into three oval leaflets. The leaf edges are either thinly rimmed in white or have irregular blotches of white. Crushed foliage releases a peppery scent.

Produced most abundantly in midsummer,...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./StarĀ® Roses

(French Lace Weigela, Weigela)

A sport of the popular hybrid 'Bristol Ruby', this compact, arching, deciduous shrub adds colorfully variegated foliage to that cultivar's watermelon-red flowers. The oval leaves are mint-green with a broad irregular lime-green margin, sometimes edged in red. The tubular flowers appear in abundance in late spring and often repeat sparsely later in the growing season. They attract numerous pollinators.

Weigela is a tough and easy deciduous flowering shrub. For best flowering and growth, provide...