Native to China, northern India. To 30 to 50 ft. high and wide, with irregular habit. Rich green, 1- to 3 ft.-long leaves are cut into many toothed, narrow or oval leaflets 1 to 2 in. long. In spring or early summer, bears loose clusters of lilac flowers that are fragrant in the evening. Blossoms are followed by hard, berrylike yellow fruits about 1/2 in. wide. Tough plant; tolerates heat, wind, poor alkaline soil, drought. In areas with year-round moisture, tends to self-sow and become a pest.
From China. Though this loquat produces edible fruit, it’s most often used as an ornamental. Gro...
Native to China, northern India. To 30 to 50 ft. high and wide, with irregular habit. Rich green, 1- t...
Grows 3 ft. tall and wide, with gray-green, slightly cupped leaves and light blue flowers.