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(Redvein Enkianthus, Variegatus Enkianthus)

A narrower, upright habit and green and white leaves occur on the red enkianthus cultivar 'Variegatus'. It produces bell-shaped, drooping, white blossoms by very early summer. In fall the leaves turn shade of yellow, red and orange before dropping away. This shrub' has many branches are are oriented vertically.

A tree-like deciduous shrub from Japan, the variegated redvein enkianthus has simple and elliptical leaves with bristles on the edges and green leaf stems. In late spring to early summer,...

(White Redvein Enkianthus)

A tree-like deciduous shrub from Japan, redvein enkianthus is extremely slow-growing but develops a picturesque habit with age. Its leaves are simple and elliptical in shape with bristles on the edges and red leaf stems. The natural form albiflorus, called the white redvein enkianthus, produces pure white flowers lacking any veins. The bluish green foliage contrasts beautifully with the greenish-pink twigs they grow from. In late spring to very early summer, small, pendent, bell-shaped...

(Nodding Enkianthus)

Looking like a miniature tree, the nodding enkianthus displays white flowers in very late spring. This slow-growing deciduous shrub is native to the mountains on the Japanese island of Honshu. Compared to Enkianthus campanulatus, this species has a smaller mature size, smaller leaves and fewer, but white flowers. The nodding enkianthus also is less hardy to cold, and therefore is best planted in wind-protected gardens. It attains a short, upright but spreading habit. This species was first...

(Red-flowering Nodding Enkianthus)

Looking like a miniature tree, the red-flowering nodding enkianthus displays atypical rich red flowers in very late spring. This slow-growing deciduous shrub is native to the mountains on the Japanese island of Honshu. Compared to Enkianthus campanulatus, this species has a smaller mature size, smaller leaves and fewer flowers. The nodding enkianthus also is less hardy to cold, and therefore is best planted in wind-protected gardens. It attains a short, upright but spreading habit.

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(Enkianthus, Himalayan Bells)

Western plant explorers often state that the Himalayan bells is one of the most beautiful shrubs of the highlands of southern Asia. Growing in woodlands and thickets at mid-elevations of the Himalayan Mountains, from northeastern India and western China to Burma, this deciduous plant varies from a shrub to a small tree. Its grandest feature is the pendent flowers of cream and pink that occur from spring to summer, depending on elevation. Seed was collected for use in the West in the 1870s.

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Image of Enkianthus perulatus photo by: Pao Delal

Pao Delal

(White Enkianthus)

Picturesque in habit and offering showy pinkish white springtime flowers and brilliant red fall foliage, white enkianthus is one of the most prized woody shrubs for a garden. Native to the upland beech forests of northern Taiwan and the Ryukyu Islands of Japan, this slow-growing deciduous shrub is rare in commerce but choice enough to make it worth seeking out. If well-placed, mature specimens develop into beautifully rounded, medium-sized shrubs with tiered branches. This species was introduced...

(Dwarf White Enkianthus)

Having all the redeeming and fantastic ornamental qualities of the white enkianthus, but with a very dwarf size, 'Compacta' boasts white flowers and red fall foliage. From the highland beech forests of northern Taiwan, this deciduous shrub is also found on the southwestern islands of Japan. It is both rare and a very slow-growing plant, compounded by it being difficult to propagate.

The robust, rounded shrub with tiered branches are filled with pointy, oval leaves of bright green in spring and...

Image of Enkianthus perulatus

Jessie Keith

(J. L. Pennock White Enkianthus)

Having all the redeeming and fantastic ornamental qualities of the white enkianthus, patented selection 'J. L. Pennock' boasts displaying its fiery red fall foliage two weeks earlier. From the highland beech forests of northern Taiwan, this deciduous shrub is also found on the southwestern islands of Japan. It is both rare and a very slow growing plant.

The robust, rounded shrub with tiered branches are filled with pointy, ovaled leaves of bright green in spring and summer. As the leaves emerge...

(Emu Bush, Valentine Emu Bush)

Scoffing at heat and dry, nutrient poor soils, Valentine emu bush pairs purplish-green foliage with brilliant rosy red flowers from late winter into midspring. A hybrid developed from plants native to Australia, 'Valentine' is an upright evergreen shrub.

The small leaves are tapered ovals and medium gray-green but with an attractive purple casting. By late winter the heavily foliaged branches are masked with rose-red, tubular flowers that will attract hummingbirds. Light reblooming is possible...

(Emu Bush, Slender Fuchsia)

With wispy, upright branches, sticky green leaves and vibrant scarlet-red tubular flowers in winter, slender fuchsia is a showy desert plant. This short, evergreen shrub is native to the inhospitable Nullarbor Plain ("treeless plain") of Western and South Australia. It tolerates intense heat, drought, wind and light freezes.

The slender, short, lance-shaped leaves are medium green with hints of gray. The stems and leaves are sticky to the touch. Most heavily blooming in late fall and winter,...