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Image of Lantana montevidensis photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Trailing Lantana)

The pretty violet-blue blooms of trailing lantana add cool color to warm, sunny gardens. This everblooming, evergreen tropical shrub is grown as a tender perennial in temperate zones. It is native throughout the tropical Americas and able to withstand high heat and periods of drought. It has a shrubby, spreading habit, so it’s able to spill over containers, walkways and garden retaining walls.

The dark green leaves of trailing verbena are small, leathery and have a strong, rather unpleasant...

(Trailing Lantana)

The clustered blooms of this trailing lantana are pure lilac-purple, without the typical contrasting eye. A spreading, evergreen, tender perennial that blooms year round in frost-free climates, trailing lantana is grown as an annual or container plant in temperate zones. It is native to warm regions of South America and naturalized in many other parts of the world.

The small, dark green, oval leaves of trailing verbena are rough and leathery with toothed edges. Crushed leaves release a strong,...

(Trailing Lantana)

The gold-edged leaves of this compact selection of trailing lantana contrast beautifully with its lavender-purple, yellow-eyed flowers. A spreading, evergreen, tender perennial that blooms year round in frost-free climates, trailing lantana is grown as an annual or container plant in temperate zones. It is native to warm regions of South America and naturalized in many other parts of the world.

The small, gray-green, oval leaves of 'Mongen' have an irregular creamy-gold border. The leaves are...

(Trailing Lantana)

The clustered white blooms of this trailing lantana have yellow eyes and pale lavender undertones. A spreading, evergreen, tender perennial that blooms year round in frost-free climates, trailing lantana is grown as an annual or container plant in temperate zones. It is native to warm regions of South America and naturalized in many other parts of the world.

The small, dark green, oval leaves of trailing verbena are rough and leathery with toothed edges. Crushed leaves release a strong, rather...

Image of Leea guineensis photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hawaiian Holly, Mali-mali, West Indian Holly)

Sometimes listed under the old but descriptive name, Leea coccinea, this tropical evergreen shrub to small tree offers showy foliage, flowers and fruits all year round. It naturally exists in the forest understory of tropical Africa, Madagascar, India and Myanmar (Burma) but has become established in other tropical regions, such as Hawaii. The generic name Leea honors Scottish plantsman and author of the seminal Introduction to Botany (1760), James Lee (1715-1795). This...

Image of Leea guineensis

James Burghardt

(Hawaiian Holly, Red Leea, Red Mali-mali, West Indian Holly)

From foliage to fruit, the whole of red West Indian holly is deep red and purple tinted, even the new stems. It is comparable to the more cold hardy heavenly bamboos (Nandina spp.) in looks, habit and flower and fruit interest. In the tropics it may be planted as a resilient and fast-growing landscape specimen for shade. In temperate climes it can be enjoyed as a container specimen for the summer patio or winter conservatory.

Sometimes listed under the old but descriptive name, Leea...

Image of Leonotis leonurus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lion's Ear)

Lion's ear is an unique tender perennial with numerous fuzzy orange flowers in tufts along a tall flower spike. This is a South African native. The dark green leaves are scalloped and fragrant if crushed.

Lion's ear needs a full sun exposure with a well draining fertile soil. Allow the ground to dry before the next watering. When the flowering ceases, cut the long spikes down and allow the plant to regrow. This plant thrives in subtropical Mediterranean-type climates. In fact, it is nearly a...

Image of Lepidozamia hopei photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dallichy Creek Cycad, Wunu)

One of the tallest growing cycads, attaining a stature like a palm tree, Lepidozamia hopei has arching, glossy bright green leaves that truly look like palm fronds. An evergreen cycad, Dallachy Creek cycad is native to the densely shaded, humid, wet rainforests of northeastern Australia. It usually grows with one main trunk-like stem but will occasionally branch.

The very long leaves of this cycad emerge just once per year in a flush. They are soft with they unfurl and become more rigid...

Image of Lepidozamia peroffskyana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Count Peroffsky's Cycad, Scaly Zamia)

One of the tallest growing cycads, attaining a stature that looks like a palm tree, Lepidozamia peroffskyana has arching, rich dark green, glossy leaves that look like palm fronds. An evergreen cycad, which is an ancient cone-bearing plant, it's native to the humid, moist to wet rainforests of central eastern Australia. It usually grows with one main trunk-like stem but occasionally will branch.

The long leaves of this cycad emerge in spring or summer's warmth with a bronzy color and...

Image of Leptospermum scoparium photo by: TL

TL

(Broom Tea Tree, New Zealand Tea Tree, Tea Tree)

Few drought resistant shrubs can rival the color of a tea tree in full bloom. This large evergreen shrub or small tree has small, prickly, needle-like leaves and many thumbnail-sized blossoms. It is a native of New Zealand where it grows in a wide range of areas from peaty bogs to coastal and montane regions. So, it is surprisingly adaptable, especially to arid sites and soils.

Wild specimens are tree-like, highly variable and not suitable for coiffed formal gardens, but they develop a natural...