Evergreen, Shrubs, Trees
Fast-growing plants with narrow, glossy deep green leaves and clusters of showy, funnel-shaped flowers at branch ends. Thrive in heat; can take very little frost.Thevetia thevetioides
Native to Mexico. Open growth to 12 ft. or more tall and wide. Leaves are darker green than those of Thevetia peruviana; they resemble oleander (Nerium) leaves but are corrugated, heavily veined beneath. Large clusters of brilliant yellow, 4-in. flowers bloom from late spring through fall. Desert heat wilts flowers in summer. Makes an attractive patio tree, but fruit (2 1/2 in. wide, green ripening to black) can be a litter problem.
A David Austin shrub rose with fragrant pink flowers. Grows 5-10 ft. high and wide.
Closely related to Epimedium and likewise used as ground covers in shady spots. Wiry leafstal...
Grown mainly for their pendulous male and female catkins, which appear on separate plants; male catkin...