Only a few of the ten or so species are seen in gardens. One feature these shrubs have in common is small, scented flowers in long, narrow, tightly packed clusters. Little pruning required.Itea virginica
Native to the eastern United States. Grows 3 to 15 ft. tall, spreading by suckers to form large patches where well adapted. Narrow, oval, 4-in.-long, dark green leaves turn purplish or bright red in fall, hang on the plant for a long time, possibly all winter. Fragrant, creamy white summer flowers in erect clusters to 6 in. long.
Native to the eastern United States. Grows 3 to 15 ft. tall, spreading by suckers to form large patche...
Propagated from a plant collected at the abandoned farm of Rudolph Boysen in 1923, this fruit put Knot...
From eastern U.S. Grows to 3–9 ft. tall, 1–3 ft. wide, with clump of hollow stems set with...