Evergreen, Shrubs, Trees
Tree-like species native to low coastal mountains, central California to British Columbia. Form propagated and sold in northwestern nurseries is called ‘Oregon Hybrid’. Low-growing, compact shrub about 3 ft. high and 5–7 ft. wide, with reddish brown bark and 3-in. gray-green leaves. White flowers, red-cheeked brownish fruit. Useful plant, tough enough for highway landscaping in western Oregon and Washington.
These hybrids between Sino-Siberian iris hybrids and Pacific Coast iris hybrids look most like the fir...
Leaves have creamy white edges.
Native to the southeastern U.S. Spreading, arching plant to 2–4 ft. tall and 3–6 ft. wide....