Cissus ‘Antarctica’, also known as Kangaroo Vine, develops like a climbing shrub. It is best to place these plants near a support on which they can grow. In the winter it has green coloring. It is medium in size and can reach up to 15 ft. high. It is evergreen.
Cissus ‘Antarctica’ should be planted in a very bright spot but avoiding direct sun. The Kangaroo Vine originates from eastern Australian rainforests and climbs by means of clinging tendrils. The bright green leaves can form a dense screen and are followed by bright copper-coloured new growth in spring. It can be very vigorous, but is easily maintained by pruning.
Geranium sanguineum is occasionally called Bloody Cranesbill because its foliage turns a bright crimson in the fall. It is actually an attractive plant in any season whether blooming or not. The foliage tends to be more distinctly “cut” looking than other geraniums so it takes on a delicate appearance. The flowers come in shades of pink, magenta and white. Geranium sanguineum has one of the best bloom displays of all the geraniums and sometimes the flowers can completely hide the foliage. Geranium sanguineum spreads slowly and really requires little to no care.
Very narrow, columnar form with magnificent bright, golden yellow new growth that retains its color throughout the season. Great evergreen screen, windbreak, or large hedge. Slow growing 15 to 20 ft. tall, 2 to 3 ft. wide.
Deciduous shrub up to 7' tall with weeping branches and finely dissected foliage, purple tinged during the summer before turning crimson in the fall. Prefers full sun to moderate shade in hottest areas with moderate to regular irrigation. Requires some protection from Southern California's "Santa Ana" winds.
Euonymus japonica is a family of broadleaf evergreen shrubs that are extremely versatile. Euonymus japonica is occasionally called Albomarginatus Spindle Tree but this common name is rarely used. It is tolerant of poor soils and grows in most all light conditions. They make good choices for urban landscapes and coastal gardens. Euonymus japonica grows in solid green and variegated versions and can be low-growing (from 1 – 3 ft.) or can reach ten 10 ft. in height. They make good large hedges because they can withstand heavy pruning. They are often used as an alternative shrub to buxus japonica for formal gardens and topiaries.
Euonymus japonica “Aureo-marginata” has yellow-edged leaves.
Finely textured, wide-arching light green turning coppery-brown clumpig grass to 2' tall, 3' wide. Looks great in the landscape with lighter green shrubs and grey-blue foliage perennials. The more direct sun, the more the dramatic 'firey' colors become.
Fast-growing deciduous tree to 50-35’ tall x 35-45’ wide. Prized for its resistance to Dutch Elm Disease and Elm leaf beetle, this stately variety eventually develops a vase-shaped form comprised of gently arching branches cloaked in bright-green leaves that turn lovely shades of yellow in the fall. The flowers and seed pods that appear in summer are inconspicuous, but adding to this variety’s overall appeal is the attractive exfoliating mottled bark in shades of orange, grey, tan and green. Highly useful as a shade, street or lawn tree. Prefers a well-drained soil and full sun exposure.
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