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Bosh Bruening

(Bearberry Cotoneaster, Coral Beauty Bearberry Cotoneaster)

A hybrid of bearberry cotoneaster (C. dammeri x C. conspicuus), 'Coral Beauty' is a dwarf evergreen shrub that forms a broad, low mound of shiny, rounded, dark green leaves decorated with many small berries in autumn. In late spring and early summer, tiny rose-shaped white flowers appear on its arching branches which are normally pollinated by bees. Abundant bright coral-tinted magenta berries mature in fall, attracting birds well into the start of winter, when the foliage becomes...

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Jessie Keith

(Firecracker Flower)

Native to southern India and Sri Lanka, firecracker flower is a vigorous, medium-sized, evergreen shrub that’s best known for its colorful and interesting flowers. Throughout the year it produces clusters of fragrant, broad-lipped blooms in shades of orange, orange-red, gold or apricot. Flower color depends on the variant or cultivar. The leaves are rich green, glossy and have deep venation.

This heat tolerant tropical prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is evenly moist but...

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Jessie Keith

(Firecracker Flower, Florida Sunset Firecracker Flower)

Florida sunset firecracker flower produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers of a golden orange, much like mango flesh. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthusiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

Firecracker flower prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is kept moist but has good drainage. Firecracker flower makes a nice...

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Jessie Keith

(Crossandra, Firecracker Flower, Orange Marmalade Firecracker Flower)

Florida sunset firecracker flower produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers of a bold and convincing orange hue. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthusiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

Firecracker flower prefers full to partial sun and fertile soil that is kept moist but has good drainage. Firecracker flower makes a nice houseplant...

(Firecracker Flower, Tropic Flame Firecracker Flower)

Native to southern India and Sri Lanka, 'Tropic Flame' firecracker flower is a handsome moderate sized broad tender pernnial that produces clusters of fragrant moth-shaped flowers in shades of orange to apricot. The leaves of firecracker flower are thick and glossy and slightly resemble the leaves of the coffee plant. In its native environment it is a vigorous and enthsiastic grower and its flowers are harvested for decorating women's hair.

The cultivar 'Tropic Flame' produces flowers in a...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Japanese Cedar, Japanese Cryptomeria)

A true dwarf Japanese cedar, 'Elegans Nana' is a tidy, bushy, rounded to flat-topped evergreen shrub that has bright green to blue-green foliage during the growing season and bronzy plum needles in winter. It is slower growing than standard forms and ideal for foundation plantings and smaller garden spaces.

The regal Japanese cedar is a lovely needled evergreen tree native to the open forests of China and Japan. It is admired for its attractive pyramidal to ovoid habit, coarse green needles and...

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James H. Schutte

(Black Dragon Cryptomeria, Japanese Cryptomeria)

Gyokuryu Japanese cedar is a densely compact evergreen small tree with a broad, pyramidal shape. Over time it will eventually form a central lead branch at its top. Needles are dark green and similar to 'Black Dragon'. Bark is reddish-brown and exfoliating.

Gyokuryu Japanese cedar tolerates most well drained soils but excels in those that are moist and acidic, rich in humus. A full sun or partial shade location is preferred. It also may be a successful alternative for informal hedge replacements...

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Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Cryptomeria, Vilmoriniana Japanese Cryptomeria)

The dwarf Japanese cedar, 'Vilmoriniana', is a rounded evergreen shrub with needles that are grayish green in the growing season and bronze in winter's cold. Its reddish-brown, exfoliating bark is attractive but rarely viewed through its dense, cloud-like clumps of needles. Mature specimens form tidy mounds ideal for smaller, more formal landscapes.

The tall, regal Japanese cedar is a lovely needled evergreen tree native to the open forests of China and Japan. It is admired for its attractive...

(Hybrid Cigar Plant, Twinkle Pink Cigar Flower)

Twinkle Pink cigar flower is an interesting shrubby tender perennial with rosy-pink, tubular "cigar-like" flowers among green leafy branches. The petals on the floral tubes are purple-pink. This garden hybrid plant typically blooms in warm months up until a frost in a well-drained soil. It will appreciate ample watering, but does carry a tolerance for drought.

Full sun is the best location for this plant in a border or near a pathway. It is evergreen, but will die back to ground in subtropical...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(False Heather, Mexican Heather)

Commonly known as Mexican heather, elfin herb, or Hawaiian heather, this tropical plant is a small, bushy, evergreen subshrub with shiny, dark green leaves borne in horizontal sprays that create a fine-textured appearance. The flowers are produced mainly in summer and fall, but also appear sporadically throughout the year and may be in shades of purple-violet, pink or white.

Best grown in dappled shade, this Mexican native will tolerate full sun, especially if provided regular water. Plant...