Evergreen, Ground covers, Vines
Native to the Southeastern United States. Shrubby, twining vines grow to about 20 ft., with pairs of shiny, light green, 1–4-in.-long leaves borne on long branches that look almost like streamers. Flowers are bright yellow trumpets.
Fragrant, 1 1/2-in.-long flowers appear in late winter, early spring, with occasional sporadic bloom in fall. Needs regular water in youth but is fairly drought tolerant once established. ‘Pride of Augusta’ (‘Plena’) is a double-flowered form.
More upright (to 10–12 ft. high and wide) than Eleagnus pungens, with thornless branche...
Fragrant, 1 1/2-in.-long flowers appear in late winter, early spring, with occasional sporadic bloom i...
Native to China, Japan. Has rather rigid, sprawling, angular habit of growth to 10 to 15 ft. high and ...