Shrubs, trees, ground covers, native plants, and seasonal color

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Impatiens

Impatiens

Botanical Name: Impatiens wallerana

One of the best annuals for the shade. Succulent green stems form a bushy mound without pruning. Wilts easily in the hot sun. Red, orange, pink, purle, or white flowers are 1-2" wide. Needs fertile, well-watered soil.

 

Spring-Summer 2011 Cultivars

S.E. Lipstick
S.E. XP Coral
S.E. XP Deep Pink
S.E. XP Red
S.E. XP Salmon
S.E. XP White
S.E. XP Violet


Iris, Bicolor

Iris, Bicolor

Botanical Name: Moraea bicolor

South Africa native clumping perennial with long, dark green strap leaves. Flower stems grow right above the leaves and produce yellow. Regular watering and fertilization encourage abundant flowers throughout the summer after the spring blooming period is past.

 

Dies back in cold winters to a rhizome; between this and the roots Bicolor Iris spreads easily by itself. Appreciates pruning in the winter when the leaves lose their color or outright die back.


Iris, Butterfly

Iris, Butterfly

Botanical Name: Moraea iridoides

South Africa native clumping perennial with long, dark green strap leaves that is also known as the African Iris.  Flower stems grow right above the leaves and produce white flowers that have a small purple and yellow center. Regular watering and fertilization encourage abundant flowers throughout the summer after the spring blooming period is past.

Dies back in cold winters to a rhizome; between this and the roots African Iris spreads easily by itself. Appreciates pruning in the winter when the leaves lose their color or outright die back.


Ixora

Ixora

Botanical Name: Ixora coccinea

Dense tropical round-forming shrub popular for container plantings.

Dark green oblong leaves sometimes hidden behind the large dense clusters of red-orange flowers that persist throughout the warm season; blooms best in full sun. Grows best in acidic soils with regular nitrogen fertilizer treatment.

Pink and yellow blooming cultivars exist.