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Torulosa Juniper
Torulosa Juniper is a very unusual juniper with an upright, somewhat pyramidal shape. Its foliage is a wonderful bright emerald green, and grows in very irregular twistlike sprays which remain upright. Retains its color during the winter (no bronzing). Very nice accent plant, and an interesting focal point in the garden.
Plum Delight Loropetalum
Plum Delight Loropetalum is a 6 to 10 foot tall flowering shrub grown for not only its showy, fragrant, fringe-like, pink flowers, but also its lush, burgundy foliage which makes it perfect for large scale borders. This plant thrives in warmer areas. Soil should be moist, well-drained and acidic and this plant dislikes high pH's. Sun may be either full or part-shade.
Philodendron can be grown outdoors in mild climates in shady spots. They thrive in moist soils with high organic matter. In milder climates the plants can be grown in pots of soil. Indoors plants thrive at temperatures between 15-22 °C and can survive at lower light than other house plants. However, it should be noted that although Philodendrons can survive in dark places they much prefer bright lights.
Knock Rose Tree
The Double Knockout Rose Tree has raised the bar for disease resistance, and is as carefree as they come. Hardy and reliable, your rose tree will bloom from early spring to first frost.. giving you bright blooms for months. This self cleaning rose tree requires no dead heading. Other roses require you to prune off the dead blooms so that new ones will grow. These blooms simply fall off when they start looking undesirable.
Knock Rose Bush
Knock Out roses are a shrub rose bush that grows to about 3 feet in height and stays in a relatively tidy mound. Proper care will keep this rose bush blooming late into the fall.
A favorite garden shrub for generations the Hydrangea evokes charm and grace with its large flower clusters and long season of bloom. Hydrangeas are deciduous shrubs which means they loose their leaves in the winter. Hydrangeas can bloom from early spring through early fall with large flower clusters in white, pink or blue.
Pineapple Guava
Pineapple Guava is a slow-growing evergreen shrub that can reach 15 ft. high. The bark is pale gray and the spreading branches are swollen at the nodes and white-hairy when young. In addition to the fruit it provides, the shrub also doubles handsomely as a landscape specimen. When planted close together, the shrubs make a nice hedge, screen, or windbreak.