Deciduous, Herbs, Shrubs
These are aromatic shrubs with tiny flowers and a sparse growth habit. Native to warmer parts of North and South America. Provide good drainage.
Native to Argentina, Chile. Legginess is its natural state; this is the herb that grew like a gangling shrub in gardens of long ago, reaching 6 ft. or taller and sprawling nearly as wide. Prized for lemon-scented leaves used to flavor teas and iced drinks. Narrow leaves to 3 in. long are arranged in whorls of three or four along branches. Bears open clusters of very small flowers in summer.
Grow among lower plants to hide its legginess; or locate it against a wall or fence and pinch-prune to create interesting tracery. Can also be trained into a standard and tolerates clipping into a hedge. In colder climates, grow it as a houseplant (pinch frequently) and let it spend warm months outdoors.
Probably one of hardiest palms; has survived brief (but not prolonged) temperature drops to 0°F/°
Native to China. Given support, a twining vine that can reach 20 to 30 ft.; without support and with s...
From Japan. Dense, rounded growth 6–15 ft. (rarely to 30 ft.) tall and wide.You can remove lower...