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This North American native is a lovely source of shade for hot, dry locations; even in situations with poor or compacted soil. Cedar Elm has the unusual characteristic of blooming and setting seeds in autumn. Foliage forms a rounded canopy over time with leaves turning golden yellow…
Nice shrub-like plant for difficult hot and dry locations. Foliage forms a dense bush sprinkled with bright tubular flowers. Butterflies and hummingbirds love this plant! Prune freely to maintain size and encourage fresh blooming.
An excellent variety for those wanting to avoid fruit with the tannins that give persimmons their tart flavor. The tomato-shaped fruits are mild and sweet and can be eaten when the fruit matures to a deep orange. There are male and female trees and it is best to plant one of each to…
Deciduous climbing vine with outstanding flowers and foliage. Dark green, ornamental foliage is complemented by fragrant white blooms. A hardy and vigorous selection that is sure to please.
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