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(Himalayan Blueberry)

A small rounded evergreen shrub from western China, Himalayan blueberry provides a year-round display of colorful foliage, flowers, and fruits. It is densely furnished with leathery, glossy oval leaves which are bronze when new, rich green from late spring into fall, and burgundy-red through the cold days of late fall and winter. Summer foliage is often red-tipped. In late spring and early summer small maroon urn-shaped flowers appear in pendent clusters, followed by tiny, round, purple-black berries....

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Jessie Keith

(Chinese Snowball Viburnum)

Massive hydrangea-like heads of petal-like, sterile flowers bow the branches of this rounded medium-sized to large shrub in spring. The grapefruit-sized clusters mature from lime green to snowy white. Plants may rebloom sparsely in fall in warm climates. The paired, oval, mid-green leaves persist through the mildest of winters. Although known in gardens by its snowball form, in the wild it typically bears lacecap flower clusters fringed with sterile blooms.

Plant Chinese snowball in a moist,...

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Grandiflora

(Small-leaved Arrowwood)

Walter’s viburnum is a tough, evergreen, shrub or small tree that is often overlooked. It is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States and very attractive to birds which feast on the fruit and nest in the dense branches. The leaves are small, dark green and somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the stem. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in rounded clusters at the ends of the branches....

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James Burghardt

(Mrs. Schiller's Delight Walter's Viburnum, Small-leaved Arrowwood, Walter’s Viburnum)

Walter’s viburnum ‘Mrs. Schiller’s Delight’ is a tough, overlooked compact dwarf shrub. The species is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States. The leaves are small, dark green and somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the stem. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in rounded clusters at the ends of the branches.

Mrs. Schiller’s Delight viburnum is tolerant of a wide range of conditions...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Small-leaved Arrowwood, Walter’s Viburnum, Whorled Class Walter's Viburnum)

Somewhat unknown, Walter’s viburnum ‘Whorled Class’ is a tough, easy-to-grow compact dwarf shrub. The species is native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States. Small, dark green leaves are somewhat spoon-shaped with the narrow end attached to the branch with red petioles (leaf stems). The leaves sometimes blush purple in the winter. Walter’s viburnum puts on a spectacular show for a few, short weeks with attractive, pure white flowers, held in flat-topped clusters at the ends of...

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Jessie Keith

(Bodnant Viburnum)

Perfuming the winter garden with its clusters of pale pink flowers, this medium-sized to large deciduous shrub is a hybrid of the Asian natives Viburnum grandiflorum and V. farreri. Borne in dense domed heads, the small tubular flowers open from rose-pink buds from late fall to early spring in mild climates, and in late winter and early spring in colder regions. The spring flowers are often darker in shade than the fall blooms. Somewhat lanky when young, the upright plants...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bodnant Viburnum, Dawn Bodnant Viburnum)

Perfuming the winter garden with its clusters of pale pink flowers, this medium-sized to large deciduous shrub is a hybrid of the Asian natives Viburnum grandiflorum and V. farreri. Borne in dense domed heads, the small tubular flowers open from rose-pink pink buds from late fall to early spring in mild climates, and in late winter and early spring in colder regions. The spring flowers are often darker in shade than the fall blooms. Somewhat lanky when young, the upright...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Ice Pansy, Pansy)

Pansies are one of the most beloved of all garden flowers. Their beautiful, expressive flowers offer some of the most interesting diverse color combinations. Though typically grown as annuals, these are actually short-lived, cool season perennials. Viola x wittrockiana is a hybrid made up of a complex mix of species including Viola tricolor, V. lutea, V. altaica, and V. cornuta, among others.

The compact plants have semi-evergreen leaves of medium...

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John Rickard

(Delta Apple Cider Pansy, Pansy)

These vigorous pansies remain prettier for longer because they perform well in heat and cold. Large, short-stemmed blooms are borne on well-branched, uniform plants that are free-flowering and vigorous. The members of the Delta Series come in a wide range of colors and continue to bloom in lower light conditions.

Pansies are one of the most beloved of all garden flowers. Their beautiful, expressive flowers offer some of the most interesting diverse color combinations. Though typically grown...

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James Burghardt

(Delta Buttered Popcorn Mix Pansy, Pansy)

These vigorous pansies remain prettier for longer because they perform well in heat and cold. Large, short-stemmed blooms are borne on well-branched, uniform plants that are free-flowering and vigorous. The members of the Delta Series come in a wide range of colors and continue to bloom in lower light conditions.

Pansies are one of the most beloved of all garden flowers. Their beautiful, expressive flowers offer some of the most interesting diverse color combinations. Though typically grown...