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Image of Schefflera arboricola

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dwarf Umbrella Plant, Hawaiian Schefflera, Schefflera, Variegated Dwarf Schefflera)

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera ‘Trinetta’ is a large evergreen shrub native to subtropical forests of Taiwan. The glossy green, hand-like leaves with occasional blotches of yellow cover dense stems and smell of pungent fresh black pepper if crushed or pruned. In tropical climates it produces elongated flower clusters which mature to cascading clusters of showy maroon-orange to black berries.

Variegated Hawaiian schefflera is often used as a landscape shrub in warm, frost-free areas and as an...

Image of Sciadopitys verticillata photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Japanese Umbrella-pine, Koyamaki)

With long, flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing Japanese umbrella-pine is an unusual but picturesque tree. From Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

The needles are arranged in whorls on the branches, tufted together...

(Ann Haddow Umbrella-pine, Japanese Umbrella-pine)

With long, flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing Japanese umbrella-pine is an unusual but picturesque tree. From Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

Cultivar 'Ann Haddow' produces yellow-green to golden-yellow...

(Aurea Umbrella-pine, Japanese Umbrella-pine)

With long, flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing yellow Japanese umbrella-pine is an unusual but picturesque tree. From Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

Cultivar 'Aurea' originated in Japan and was imported...

Image of Sciadopitys verticillata

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Umbrella-pine, Joe Kozey Umbrella-pine)

With long, flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing Japanese umbrella-pine is an unusual but picturesque tree. From Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open, tall and narrow with age. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

Cultivar 'Joe Kozey' develops a narrower, almost column-like habit. It was selected by Sidney Waxman of University of Conneticut....

(Japanese Umbrella-pine, Ossorio Gold Umbrella-pine)

An unusual but picturesque tree with flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing Japanese umbrella-pine is from Japan. This evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

Cultivar 'Ossorio Gold' was selected from a rare conifer garden on...

(Japanese Umbrella-pine, Variegated Umbrella-pine)

Green, yellow or striped green and yellow needles arranged like radial spokes occur on the variegated Japanese umbrella-pine. An unusual but picturesque tree, it's slow growing. Native to Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed. Selection...

Image of Sciadopitys verticillata

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Umbrella-pine, Wintergreen Umbrella-pine)

With long, flat needles arranged like radial spokes, the slow-growing Japanese umbrella-pine is an unusual but picturesque tree. From Japan, this evergreen is dense and compact when young and becomes more open with age, attaining a pyramidal shape that can be either tall and narrow or slightly rounded. Its bark is attractive, but since hidden by the foliage, the exfoliating plates and strips of reddish gray-brown are rarely enjoyed.

Cultivar 'Wintergreen' is more cold-hardy than the species and...

Image of Senna corymbosa photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Argentine Senna)

This may be the most floriferous and lush species of this clan, which makes it a superior vigorous shrub for warm climate gardens. This plant is native to Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay where it is quite famous for its vigor and heavy flowering. It is well adapted to tropical climates, but also dry climates if watered. It makes a superior background shrub due to greater width than height if left to its natural form.

This plant blooms heavily with bright yellow single flowers at the branch tips....

Image of Senna polyphylla photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Desert Cassia, Retama Prieta)

Desert cassia wows people with its feathery branches and arching canopy dotted with bright yellow blossoms. Bees and butterflies are equally enamored and flit and flutter across its fragrant blooming boughs. Though its common name suggests desert origins, this small shrubby tree is actually a maritime species native to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Wild specimens can be found growing in moist open upland forests.

The fully evergreen desert cassia has fine feathery compound leaves with...