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PlantHaven

(Chinese Plumbago, My Love Plumbago)

Chinese plumbago is a small twiggy shrub with an open habit and diamond-shaped apple green leaves. Valued for late season interest, it bears clusters of true blue flowers in late summer. Autumn brings a beautiful show of color with red to bronze foliage.

Tolerant of drought and poor soils, Chinese plumbago is a good candidate for banks and slopes. Small enough for the patio or container, this Chinese native looks best when grown in sun and lightly shaped before growth begins in the spring. It...

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Felder Rushing

(Chinese Redbud)

Larger in leaf and flower than eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis), this Chinese native makes a beautiful shrub or small tree for sun or light shade. The bright purple-pink pea-flowers cluster along the upright gray branches in mid-spring, before the large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves emerge. Abundant green seedpods follow the flowers, maturing to brown. The leaves turn dull yellow in fall.

Less cold hardy than eastern redbud, Cercis chinensis shares its preference for well-drained,...

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John Rickard

(Avondale Redbud, Chinese Redbud)

When 'Avondale' came onto the scene, its small size meant that the beauty of the Chinese redbud would fit spaces and gardens too small for the species. A deciduous shrub or small tree native to China and Japan, Cercis chinensis is found thriving in a wide range of growing conditions. One aspect of its beauty lies in its leaves: rounded hearts that hang gracefully from fine, reddish stems. They are held on the upright gray branches of a vase shaped shrub or multiple-trunk tree.

The gorgeous...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Redbud, Don Egolf Redbud)

Larger in leaf and flower than eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis), this Chinese native makes a beautiful shrub or small tree for sun or light shade. The bright purple-pink pea-flowers cluster along the upright gray branches in mid-spring, before the large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves emerge. Abundant green seedpods follow the flowers, maturing to brown. The leaves turn dull yellow in fall.

Less cold hardy than eastern redbud, Cercis chinensis shares its preference for well-drained,...

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James Burghardt

(Jessamine, Orange Peel Jessamine)

Attracting hummingbirds and butterflies to its clusters of golden flowers, ‘Orange Peel’ jessamine brings floral splendor to the garden nearly year round. A hybrid, vigorously growing evergreen shrub, it was developed by crossing day-flowering jessamine (Cestrum diurnum) with the night-jessamine (C. nocturnum). The leaves are glossy green and lance-shaped, darkening as they age or receive full sunlight. Flowering most heavily in spring, it flowers less heavy the rest of the year...

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James H. Schutte

(Orange Jessamine)

Attracting hummingbirds and butterflies with its clusters of golden flowers, orange jessamine is showy and exciting in the landscape from spring to fall. An evergreen shrub native from Guatemala to Venezuela, it grows with upright branches that arch out and down. The leaves are glossy green and oval, darkening as they age or receive full sunlight. Flowering most heavily in spring, it continues flowering to late autumn as long as temperatures remain warm. The small flower customers appear on the stem...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Butterfly Flower, Red Cestrum)

From spring to early fall, red cestrum displays cute clusters of pinkish red, tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies. A fast-growing evergreen shrub with arching branches, it is a Mexican native. The leaves are lance-shaped, mid-green and have tiny silvery hairs. Anytime from spring to early fall, when temperatures are warm and soil moisture plentiful, the small tubular flowers appear in tight clusters on twig tips. Each blossom is pink, pink-red or magenta, long and has five short,...

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Grandiflora

(Night Jessamine, Night-blooming Jasmine)

When the moon shines a heavenly fragrance announces night-blooming jasmine.

A member of the nightshade family, night-blooming jasmine is native to the tropical Americas and West Indies. It is a large, sprawling evergreen shrub with simple, waxy, oval-shaped leaves. Clusters of small, tubular,green-white to cream-colored flowers appear from spring to fall and are followed by berries that are most commonly white. Plants are most floriferous when weather is moist and warm.

Night-blooming jasmine...

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Grandiflora

(Chilean Jessamine, Willow Night-Jessamine)

At the tips of slender stems lined with narrow, willow-like leaves, Chilean jessamine blooms with clusters of muted-yellow, night-fragrant flowers in summer and autumn. A small, upright, deciduous shrub native to Chile, it dies to the ground after a frost, but grows as a perennial in cooler regions. The leaves are bright green when young, becoming mid to dark-green, and are long and narrowly linear or lance-shaped. From summer to autumn, the branch tips and nearby side stems show off clusters of...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Flowering Quince, Orange Delight Flowering Quince)

In late winter and early spring the hybrid flowering quince, 'Orange Delight', displays vibrant orange-red flowers that attract early-season bees. This medium-sized shrub has a rounded to spreading habit and dense, thorny twigs that make it useful for protective hedges or screens.

Clusters of semi-double, bowl-shaped flowers cover this quince in early spring both before and after the glossy leaves emerge. The simple leaves emerge slightly bronze in spring and turn dark green as the season progresses....