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Image of Zanthoxylum americanum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Pricklyash)

This prickly, suckering large shrub from moist woods of central and eastern North America was once valued as a medicinal plant. It has little ornamental merit.

The glossy, aromatic, pinnately compound leaves of common pricklyash emerge in early to mid-spring, soon after its tiny greenish-yellow flowers appear. The leaves have 5 to 11 elliptic to oval leaflets and are alternately borne along the spiny gray branches. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants, with female plants producing...

Image of Zenobia photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Zenobia)

Zenobia comprises a single species from the Southeast United States, Z. pulverulenta. This upright semi-deciduous shrub bears anise-scented white flowers after most other woody plants have finished blooming. Its smooth oval leaves are typically dusted with a powdery blue-gray bloom, providing spring to fall ornamental interest. Clusters of white bell shaped blossoms that look like large heather flowers crowd the upper reaches of its stems in late spring or early summer....

Image of Zenobia pulverulenta photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Dusty Zenobia, Honeycup)

Honeycup is an upright semi-deciduous shrub that bears anise scented white flowers after most other shrubs have finished blooming. The smooth oval leaves of this Southeast United States native are typically dusted with a powdery blue-gray bloom, providing spring to fall ornamental interest. Clusters of white bell shaped blossoms that look like large heather flowers crowd the upper reaches of its stems in late spring or early summer. Plants bloom on the previous year's wood. The stems are pinkish...