Advanced Search Filters

Plant Type
Hardiness Zone
Heat Zone
Sunset Zone
Function
Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture
Water Requirement

Plants Matching shrub

Returned 3133 results. Page 86 of 314.

Image of Grewia occidentalis photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(African Starbush, Lavender Starflower)

Lavender starflower is a stately broadleaf evergreen with an irregularly tiered, upright habit that displays starry mauve or lavender flowers spring through fall. It is a native of southern Africa with a tolerance for wind, seasonally dry and wet soils, and salt. The alluring flowers arise in between the leaves. Occasionally orange fruits develop that will ripen to purple. Nectar-seeking insects and birds will frequent this shrub while in flower.

Lavender starflower grows well in full sun to...

Image of Hamamelis

Jesse Saylor

Yellow fall foliage followed by a golden flower display in early to midwinter are key ornamental features of the hybrid known as 'Brevipetala'. First upright in form and then when older a rounded larger shrub or miniaturized tree, this selection of witchhazel originated at the Chenault Nursery in Orleans, France in 1935. Its parents are the vernal and Chinese witchhazels.

The leaves emerge with a yellowish green hue in spring and mature to medium green. Orb-like in shape, the undersides are slightly...

Image of Hamamelis japonica photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Witchhazel)

Japanese witchhazel's bare, architecturally interesting branches become a party of color and mild fragrance in late winter with tiny, multicolored, spidery blossoms. This native of Japan is a wide-spreading deciduous shrub with smooth, dark gray-brown bark and glossy, broadly oval, mid-green leaves. In autumn, they turn yellow, red and purple. Upon the bare, brown branches in late winter will be delicate tufts of very thin, crinkly yellow petals like look like tiny, short ribbons. The four petals...

Image of Hamamelis japonica

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Witchhazel, Rubra Japanese Witchhazel)

The red-flowering Japanese witchhazel's bare, architecturally interesting branches become a party of color and mild fragrance in late winter with tiny, multicolored, spidery blossoms. Known botanically as cultivar 'Rubra', it was originally raised at the Chenault Nursery in Orleans, France, prior to 1915. 'Rubra' has been extensively used as the parent to develop modern red-flowering witchhazel hybrids.

Japanese witchhazel is naturally found in Japan and is a wide-spreading deciduous shrub....

Image of Hamamelis japonica

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Witchhazel, Zuccariniana Japanese Witchhazel)

Zuccariniana witchhazel's bare, architecturally interesting branches become a party of color and mild fragrance in late winter with tiny, palm yellow, spidery blossoms. This native of Japan is a wide-spreading deciduous shrub with smooth, dark gray-brown bark and glossy, broadly oval, mid-green leaves. In autumn, they turn yellowish orange. Upon the bare, brown branches in late winter will be delicate tufts of very thin, crinkly and twisting yellow petals like look like ribbons. Each individual blossom...

(Japanese Witchhazel)

Japanese witchhazel's bare, architecturally interesting branches become a party of color and mild fragrance in late winter with tiny, multicolored, spidery blossoms. This native of Japan is a wide-spreading deciduous shrub with smooth, dark gray-brown bark and glossy, broadly oval, mid-green leaves. In autumn, they turn yellow, red and purple. Upon the bare, brown branches in late winter will be delicate tufts of very thin, crinkly yellow petals like look like tiny, short ribbons. The four petals...

Image of Hamamelis mollis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Chinese Witchhazel)

Mid- and late winter is made much more exciting with the extremely fragrant, spider-like blossoms of the Chinese witchhazel. A rounded, densely branched deciduous shrub from southeastern China, it is relatively rare to be found in the secondary forests there. The leaves are broadly oval, dull green with fuzzy, gray-green undersides. In autumn, they become a lovely gold or orange-yellow. Upon the bare, brown branches in late winter will be tufts of thin, crinkly yellow petals like look like tiny,...

Image of Hamamelis mollis

Mark A. Miller

(Chinese Witchhazel, Sweet Sunshine Chinese Witchhazel)

Mid- and late winter is made much more exciting with the extremely fragrant, spider-like blossoms of the Chinese witchhazel. A rounded, densely branched deciduous shrub from southeastern China, it is relatively rare to be found in the secondary forests there. The leaves are broadly oval, dull green with fuzzy, gray-green undersides. In autumn, they become a lovely gold or orange-yellow. Upon the bare, brown branches in late winter will be tufts of thin, crinkly yellow petals like look like tiny,...

Image of Hamamelis vernalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Ozark Witchhazel, Vernal Witchhazel)

Grown for its spicy-scented winter flowers and colorful fall foliage, vernal witchhazel is a medium to large deciduous shrub from the south-central United States.

This upright, rounded shrub bears oval, scallop-edged, medium-green leaves along its gray-barked branches. The leaves often turn bright yellow in fall. Small flowers with four narrow, ribbon-like, yellow to coppery-red petals cluster along the naked branches in winter or early spring, opening as early as Christmas in mild winters....

(Ozark Witchhazel, Vernal Witchhazel)

Selected for its showy fall foliage, 'Autumn Embers' is a cultivar of vernal witchhazel (Hamamelis vernalis), a medium to large deciduous shrub from the south-central United States. Like others of its species, it bears spicy-scented flowers in winter or early spring.

The oval, scallop-edged, medium- to dark-green leaves of this upright, rounded shrub are borne alternately along gray-barked branches. The leaves turn shades of orange, bronze, and purple in fall. Small flowers with...