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Jessie Keith

(Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple, Voodoo Flowering Maple)

Voodoo flowering maple is an ever-blooming tender perennial or compact shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. The cultivar ‘Voodoo’ is a vigorous shorter selection with numerous glossy, bright red flowers. Its oval to maple-like leaves are evergreen to semi-evergreen, lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green.

It grows best in sites with part-sun and rich, well drained soil with even moisture. In areas that receive heavy winter frosts, it is best not to prune back dead foliage...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Abutilon, Flowering Maple)

Trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green foliage. It attains a rounded shape with its spreading, slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many pendent flowers that are comprised of a red calyx protecting the...

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James Burghardt

(Flowering Maple, Little Imp Flowering Maple)

The compact Little Imp trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy, green to gray-green leaves. It attains a mounded but spreading shape with its slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many pendent flowers that are comprised of a powdery...

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John Rickard

(Flowering Maple)

Trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green foliage. It attains a rounded shape with its spreading, slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many pendent flowers that are comprised of a red calyx protecting the...

(Flowering Maple, Variegated Flowering Maple)

Variegated trailing abutilon is an ever-blooming tender perennial or shrub that bears profuse small, showy, hibiscus-like flowers among yellow and green foliage. A native of Brazil, it has oval or lance-shaped leaves with jagged edges or tiny lobes. It is evergreen to semi-evergreen with lightly fuzzy and green to gray-green leaves with yellow mottlings. It attains a rounded shape with its spreading, slightly arching and slender branches. In the heat of summer and autumn the branches reveal many...

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James H. Schutte

(Abutilon, Indian Mallow)

Indian mallow is an ever-blooming shrub that bears numerous small, gold, orange or salmon flowers with red veins. The hibiscus-like flowers are colorful and nod gracefully on the open branches of this evergreen to semi-evergreen Brazilian shrub. Its leaves are maple-like, with rounded lobes and soft medium green to dark green. When young, Indian mallow has an upright habit and becomes more rounded as it ages.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Indian Mallow, Thompson's Flowering Maple)

This is one of the most popular flowering maples in cultivation. It is best known for its green maple-like leaves that are speckled with yellow. This ever-blooming, evergreen shrub is commonly grown as a bedding plant in temperate zones and also boasts lovely hibiscus-like flowers of salmon orange. ‘Thompsonii’ attains a more upright form than the parent species, which hails from Brazil.

This easy to cultivate plant grows best in sites with partial sun and rich, well-drained soil with even moisture....

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Jessie Keith

(Drummond's Wattle)

A delightful shade-tolerant acacia for small dryland gardens, this evergreen shrub from Southwest Australia offers delicate foliage and bright blooms. The upright to arching, head-high plants produce fuzzy cylindrical spikes of bright canary-yellow flowers from early to mid-spring. Dainty, pinnately divided, dark green leaves are borne in small tufted clusters along the branches. Pea-like seedpods follow the flowers, maturing to brown.

This frost-tender shrub likes well-drained soil, suffers...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bank Catclaw, Trailing Acacia)

This groundcover acacia has proven its value time and again as a first class slope coverage for hot dry banks. In the western United States it is commonly planted in tough locations adjacent to commercial sites and freeways.

Trailing acacia is a native of eastern Australia and is the most widely used prostrate species around the world. Plants bloom in spring with pea-sized yellow puff balls that are concentrated at the base of the leaves along the stems. Its leaves are blue-green, long and densely...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Trailing Acacia)

Truly uniform growth make this low-growing, uniform clone far more reliable than standard Acacia redolens. In the western United States it is commonly planted in tough locations adjacent to commercial sites and freeways.

Trailing acacia is a native of eastern Australia and is the most widely used prostrate species around the world. Plants bloom in spring with pea-sized yellow puff balls that are concentrated at the base of the leaves along the stems. Its leaves are blue-green, long and...