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Horticulture I Plant ID Shrubs
Abelia X grandiflora CN: Glossy Abelia Medium, evergreen shrub Leaves: 1 long, reddish-green Flowers: small clusters white bugle-shaped, 1 long arching branches Fall: Bronze
Acuba japonica CN: Japanese Acuba Evergreen shrub Dense, upright, round Leaves: thick & shiny green & yellow splattered
Berberis thumbergii CN: Japanese Barberry Deciduous shrub 3 – 6 tall Twiggy, arching branches Leaves: bright green Fall: purplish leaves, red berries ½ spines
Buxus sempervirens CN: Common Boxwood Evergreen shrub Very dense Leaves: small, elliptical close together dark green, yellow underneath Uses: hedge, topiaries, etc.
Euonymous japonica CN: Evergreen Euonymous Large, evergreen shrub Leaves: 1 ½ – 3 long half wide as length all green, gold margins, or white margins shiny Dense, oval
Euonymous alata CN: Winged Euonymous medium, deciduous shrub Leaves: dark green, 1-2 New growth: light green & gray stems Round, flat top Fall: Bright red, very showy
Forsythia X intermedia CN: Border Forsythia (Yellow Bell) Large, deciduous shrub Bright yellow flowers = early spring Upright, spreading Arching shoots Leaves med. to dark green
Myrica cerifera CN: Wax Myrtle Evergreen shrub Irregular, round, dense Leaves: olive green Bayberry scent Small gray fruit
Pinus mugo var. Mugo CN: Mugo Pine Evergreen, dwarf tree Dense, multi-trunked Needles: clusters of 2 rigid, slightly curved 1 – 2, bright green Cones: 1 – 2, dark gray
Plant Identification Shrubs 2 Horticulture I
Ilex X attenuate Fosteri CN: Fosteri Holly Large, evergreen shrub Upright, pyramidal, compact Leaves: 1 – 3 spiny points Large amt. red berries
Ilex cornuta Dwarf Burford CN: Dwarf Burford Holly Medium, evergreen shrub Round, compact Hedges & Borders Red Berries Glossy leaves
Ilex crenata Helleri CN: Helleri Holly Small, evergreen shrub Low, dense, spreading mound Leaves: shiny, dark green boxwood like Small white flower Black berries
Ilex vomitoria Nana Dwarf Yaupon Dwarf, evergreen shrub 2 x 2 - Dense, round Leaves: dark green ½ – 1 New growth: light green Stems: gray
Juniperus conferta CN: Shore Juniper Dense, evergreen shrub Small, spreading Leaves: awls in 3 pointed end white band w/ green through middle Bright blue-green very small cone – blue
Juniperus horizontalis Plumosa CN: Creeping Juniper Evergreen, ground cover Dense, flat Branching, spreading Light green awl leaves
Ligustrum japonicum cb. CN: Japanese Privet Large, evergreen shrub Leaves: 3 long x 1 ½ wide raised vein underneath ¼ dark purple berries hard seed inside Clusters of terminal flowers
Nandina domestica CN: Heavenly Bamboo (Dwarf Nandina) small, semi-evergreen shrub White blooms Red Berries Lacy, upright Many colors through year
Rhododendron catawbiense Catawba Hybrid Rhododendron Large, evergreen shrub Leaves: dark green 5 long x 2 wide smooth margins Shade Many, large flowers (pink, purple) Grows wild in NC mtns.
Rhododendron kiusianum CN: Azalea medium, semi-evergreen shrub Acidic soil Flowers: funnel-shaped large clusters, lots very showy dense, spreading
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