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Horticulture II - LC Plant ID Shrubs
Acuba japonica CN: Japanese Acuba Evergreen shrub Dense, upright, round Leaves: thick & shiny green & yellow splattered
Buddleia davidii CN: Butterfly Bush Flower: Long, drooping blooms pink, white, purple attract butterflies, bees Fast growing, large shrub Arching stems Leaves: gray-green Trim back in winter
Camellia japonica CN: Common Camellia Medium, Evergreen shrub dense, pyramidal Flower: large, elegant white, pink, red Leaves: dark green, glossy
Camellia sasanqua CN: Sasanqua Camellia Evergreen shrub Leaves: dark green, shiny (darker & shinier than common) Leathery Flower: white to red (smaller) fall & early winter lots of flowers
X Cupressocyparis leylandii CN: Leyland Cypress Large, evergreen tree Short ½ cones Popular barrier tree Upright, pyramidal shape Scale-like leaves (awls)
Gardenia jasminoides Radicans CN: Dwarf Gardenia Small, evergreen shrub 2-3 Flower: fragrant, large 2 creamy white Leaves: leathery, narrow whorled, dark green
Ilex cornuta Buford Nana CN: Dwarf Buford 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
Horticulture II - Landscaping Plant ID Shrubs II
Ilex crenata Sky Pencil CN: Sky Pencil Holly Evergreen shrub tall, thin (10 x 1.5) Leaves: small, dark green elliptical Uses: focal point, hedge, narrow areas
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
Loropetalum chinense CN: Loropetalum Evergreen shrub loose, open form, spreading Flowers: small clusters 4 narrow drooping petals red & white Leaves: small, oval
Myrica cerifera CN: Wax Myrtle Evergreen shrub Irregular, round, dense Leaves: olive green Bayberry scent Small gray fruit
Nandina domestica CN: Heavenly Bamboo (Dwarf Nandina) small, semi-evergreen shrub White blooms Red Berries Lacy, upright Many colors through year
Prunus laurocerasus Otto Luyken CN: Otto Luyken Laurel Evergreen Shrub dense, spreading Flower: white, showy fragrant, clusters Small, cup-shaped Fruit: showy, black drupe attracts birds
Raphiolepis sp. CN: Indian Hawthorn Medium, evergreen shrub mounding habit Flower: small, white or pink cover in spring Leaves: dark green, leathery Fruit: small, purplish-black
Rhododendron kiusianum CN: Azalea medium, semi-evergreen shrub Acidic soil Flowers: funnel-shaped large clusters, lots very showy dense, spreading
Thuja occidentalis CN: American Arborvitae Evergreen shrub pyramidal, dense Leaf: Soft, awls Used as hedge, privacy screen Fruit: Tiny green cones
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Week 7 ID Deciduous Trees. Japanese Maple Acer palmatum Height: 8-20’ Spread: 10-15’ 5-7 lobes; Green or Red leaves Purple/red flower Samara fruit Very.
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A chipmunk resembles a common tree squirrel, but is only about 5 -6 inches in length, not including its bushy tail. It is a rusty brown animal.
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