Card Set Information
Boxwood honeysuckle bittersweets
Boxwoods, honeysuckle, bittersweet, laurel, magnolia,Myrtle
Buxus microphylla 'japonica'
Rounded shrub that is primarily used to prune into formal hedges and topiaries.
Opposite, simple, ovate, and entire leaves.
Abelia x grandiflora
Opposite leaves. Small star shaped pink flowers. Stems form a weeping arch pattern if not pruned to death.
Climbing vine with small white flowers.
Flowers are Zygomorphic
Japanese Spindle tree or
Evergreen shrub with an upright oval canopy. Suffers from leaf mold in humid areas or if water is consistant on leaves
Euonymus japonicus 'Macrophyllus'
Smaller dwarf boxwood reaching maybe 2ft high and 1 -3ft wide
Utility tree with ovate, glossy, dark green leaves that are between 2-4 inches long. Can also be a tree.
Can be a large tree with gold bottoms to leaves. Flowers can reach up to 12 inches across on mature trees.
Callistemon citrinus 'Little John'
Dwarf Bottle Bush
shrub, 3-5 feet tall, dense foliage. Lanceolate, simple, alternate entire margin leaves.
Red flowers are arranged radically around stem.
Weeping branches with narrow lanceolate leaves, dull green to silver in color.Bark is thickly furrowed.
Utility plant with ovate to obovate shiny dark leaves with lighter green undersides. Takes well to pruning and can be formed into an informal hedge.
Pink flowers in late spring
Myrtus communis 'Compacta'
Tiny triangler leaves with a spicy scent.
4 feet tall
Myrtus communis 'Boetica'
Shrub can reach 20ft in height but typicall is only 8-10 feet tall. Leaves are ovate and attach to stem with little to no petiole in condensed fashion that looks almost whirled like.
Flowers are attached directly to the main stem.
Small to medium length of stem attaching flowers to the main stem.
Flowers are attached to small various stems that then attach to the main stem of the plant