Group 11 EvergreenShrubs-20100

Group 11 EvergreenShrubs-20100 - Abelia x grandiflora...

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Unformatted text preview: Abelia x grandiflora Glossy Abelia Caprifoliaceae A. chinensis x A. uniflora Hardiness: z5 as herbaceous perennial; z6 for woody perennial - 3-6 tall Adaptability: Prefers sun, but is shade tolerant Pruning needed Avoid high pH Significant Features: Glossy, evergreen foliage Pink-white flowers in panicles chlorotic leaves Buxus microphylla Littleleaf Boxwood Buxaceae Hardiness: Japan, Korea (z6-9) Adaptability: Shade and sun Avoid strong winter wind and sun Shallow roots -prefer cool moist soil Identification: Leaves- obovate to oblanceolate Yellowish in winter Square stems Uses: Bonsai Formal or informal low hedge Considerable variation b/w cultivars. Implied wall Buxus microphylla Littleleaf Boxwood Buxaceae Buxus microphylla var. korean a Zone 4 3-6 high Loose, rounded shrub Small leaves (in-rolled edges). Buxus microphylla Littleleaf Boxwood Buxaceae Sheridan Hybrid Boxwoods Green Gem, 'Green Mound' & 'Green Velvet, Green Mountain Buxus microphylla var. koreana x B. sempervirens Hardiness: Like var. koreana (Z4) Significant Features: Hardiness/habit of var. koreana ; Superior leaf color of B. sempervirens Rounded Dense Slow growing Hybrids developed by Sheridan Nursery in Ontario Canada Green Velvet Daphne x burkwoodii Burkwood Daphne Thymelaeaceae D. caucasia x D. cneorum Native to: (z4) Adaptation: Cool site Neutral pH Moist (but with drainage) Dies without warning Uses: Foliage and fruits are strongly poisonous. Significant Features: Pink flower buds White flowers in May-June * Daphne x burkwoodii Burkwood Daphne Thymelaeaceae Carole Mackie Variegated cream margin Pale pink flowers Sun or shade Awls versus Scales Scale-like leaves Triangular in shape Tip appressed to stem Awl-like leaves Needle-shaped Tip not appressed to stem Juniperus chinensis Chinese Juniper Cupressaceae Native to: China, Japan (z4) Adaptability: Tolerates heat, drought & alkaline soils, but not shade Uses: ( 50-60 tall) Identification: Scales on plant exterior Awls on plant interior (juvenile) cone: whitish blue Hetzii Very upright sprays.Very upright sprays....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course HORT 217 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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