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Image of Acacia retinodes photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Ever-blooming Wattle, Silver Wattle, Water Wattle)

Bearing its sunny fragrant flowers nearly year-round, this fast growing evergreen shrub or small tree is also noteworthy for its attractive foliage and its adaptability.

In spring large sprays of small golden pompon-like flower heads bow the spreading branches of this acacia, attracting numerous bees. The flowers are nicely complemented by the narrow, willowy, gray-green "leaves", which are actually expanded leaf stems known as "phyllodes." Sporadic rebloom occurs throughout the year if temperatures...

Image of Allamanda schottii photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Golden Trumpet Bush)

The heat-loving golden trumpet bush, also called dwarf allamanda, is a beautiful, compact shrub that is covered in bright yellow flowers all year around. Brazilian in origin, Allamanda schottii is a tropical evergreen that is popular plant for beds, borders, hedges and large containers.

Bright green to yellow-green leaves cover this shrub throughout the year. These are opposite to one another, and broadly elliptical in shape. The woody branches are covered with brown, furrowed bark...

Image of Andromeda polifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Its dainty, white or pink, lantern-shaped flowers occur in clusters in late spring and early summer.

Several cultivars of bog rosemary are available. All require acid, moist soil and shelter from hot sun. They are splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

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Russell Stafford

(Blue Ice Bog Rosemary, Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Its cultivar 'Blue Ice' has striking silvery blue-green leaves, and bears pale dainty, pale-pink, lantern-shaped flowers in late spring and early summer.

This shrub requires acidic, moist, but not waterlogged, soil and shelter from hot sun. It is splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

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Jesse Saylor

(Bog Rosemary, Dwarf Bog Rosemary)

Bog rosemary is a low, narrow-leaved, evergreen shrub inhabiting peat bogs throughout the upper Northern Hemisphere. Selected for its relatively compact habit, the cultivar 'Nana' also features a late-spring and early-summer display of dainty, pale-pink, lantern-shaped flowers. It requires acid, moist, but not waterlogged soil, and shelter from hot sun. It is splendid in a bog garden, rock garden, or combined with heaths, dwarf rhododendrons, and other acid-loving plants.

Image of Arbutus xalapensis photo by: David L. Morgan

David L. Morgan

(Lady's Leg, Manzanita, Texas Madrone)

This picturesque small tree is grown for its early blooms, colorful bark and berries, and handsome evergreen foliage. It is native to rocky slopes and ledges from southern Texas and New Mexico to Guatemala.

The leathery oval leaves of Texas madrone are bluish- to olive-green with paler undersides. Erect clusters of small, urn-shaped, creamy-white to pinkish flowers open at the branch tips from late winter to early spring. Bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators visit the blooms. Round, warty...

Image of Arctostaphylos densiflora photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Manzanita, Vine Hill Manzanita)

Drought tolerant and attractive, vine hill manzanita is a mounding evergreen shrub native to California. Its spreading branches are covered with small, glossy, dark to light green leaves all season. In spring, it bears many drooping clusters of tiny, white tubular flowers, followed by small, bright red berries. Its flowers attract bees and its fruits are eaten by birds.

This California native is highly drought tolerant and can survive in poor soils if perfectly drained. It requires full to partial...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Howard McMinn Manzanita, Manzanita)

Beautiful and reliable, the manzanita cultivar ‘Howard Mcminn’ is a mounding, medium-sized, evergreen shrub that originates from California. Its spreading branches are covered with small, glossy, rich green leaves all season. In spring, it bears many drooping clusters of tiny, bright white tubular flowers, followed by small, bright red berries. Its flowers attract bees and its fruits are eaten by birds. This selection is noted for its particularly beautiful flowers and marked adaptability.

Manzanita...

Image of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...

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Russell Stafford

(Bearberry, Kinnikinnick, Massachusetts Bearberry)

Drought tolerant and adaptable, bearberry, or kinnikinnick, is a spreading, mat-forming evergreen shrub typically grown as a groundcover. This super tough, plant is so cold tolerant that it naturally extends up into the farthest reaches of Alaska and northern Canada across into northern Eurasia. It has small, leathery, glossy leaves year-round and produces sweet clusters of pearly white to pale pink flowers in summer followed by bright red berries in late summer to fall. Its flowers attract bees,...