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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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 Wrightia sp.
Family: Apocynaceae
Thai Cherry Wrightia
Origin: Thailand
Large shrub 5-10 ftVine or creeperSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This plant is a woody shrub with vining habit. Can be trained into a nice small tree or trimmed into a shrub, but the best way is to let it go: the twisting branches form weird shapes. Slow growing plant, makes compact forms. Leaves are large to compare with other fragrant wrightias, 3-4" long and 2" wide and remind apple tree leaves. Fragrant flowers resemble cherry flowers. The plant blooms profusely on and off during spring and summer. Nice landscape plant due to its compact form. Relatively cold tolerant, will stand short period of cool weather.


 Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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Wrightia sp., Thai Cherry Wrightia

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This rare plant is a vigorous, woody shrub with vining habit. Can be trained into a nice small tree or trimmed into a shrub, but the best way is to let it go: the twisting branches form weird shapes. Fragrant flowers resemble cherry flowers. The plant blooms profusely on and off during spring and summer. It is cold hardy to at least light frost.
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Wrightia vietnamensis, Dwarf Sacred Buddhist

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Family: Apocynaceae
Dwarf Sacred Buddhist
Origin: Vietnam
Can be used for bonsaiSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This rare variety of famous wrightia is very special because of the growth habit. Even in habitat, it keeps form of a bonsai, a round nice dense shrub with tiny leaves and wonderfully scented flowers. It's not too slow growing, but the growth improves density of the shrub. In habitat, the plant stays under 3 ft tall, in pot you can keep it as small as you want and have a nice house plant as well. It is perfect for bonsai culture and for everyone who has limited space but wants to enjoy wrightia fragrance. The perfume is sweet and heavy. Requires regular watering and bright light. Can tolerate some cool weather for a short period, but sensitive to freezing.


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Wrightia vietnamensis, Dwarf Sacred Buddhist

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Wrightia vietnamensis - Dwarf

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Dwarf Sacred Buddhist. This rare variety of famous wrightia is very special because of the growth habit. Even in habitat, it keeps form of a bonsai, a round nice dense shrub with tiny leaves and wonderfully scented flowers. It is perfect for bonsai culture and for everyone who has limited space but wants to enjoy wrightia fragrance. The perfume is sweet and heavy.
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x Amarcrinum, x Crinodonna , Amarcrinum

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Family: Amaryllidaceae   (Formerly:Amaryllidaceae / Liliaceae)
Subfamily: Amaryllidoideae
Amarcrinum
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Amarcrinum is a hybrid genus between Amaryllis (Amaryllis belladonna) and Crinum.These plants have tidy leaves and bear large umbels of long lasting, fragrant flowers on tall scapes during late summer and autumn.

The open-trumpet flowers are very beautiful and are usually in shades of rose pink and are nicely scented.


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x Chitalpa tashkentensis, Chitalpa

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Family: Bignoniaceae
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Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

The Chitalpa is a cross between Catalpa bignonioides and Chilopsis linearis. The Chilopsis is a desert tree, sometimes called a Desert Willow. From the Chilopsis, the Chitalpa inherits long 3 to 5 inch dark green leaves and the ability to withstand some dry heat. However, unlike its desert parent, the Chitalpa can withstand low temperatures of around minus 15 degrees. Flowers are orchidlike and produced in July or August at the ends of new growth. At several feet a year the Chitalpa reaches its 25 to 30 foot height and breadth quickly and makes shady spots fast. It is a drought-resistant plant, a trait inherited from the desert willow, and it is fairly hardy, having withstood temperatures as low as 9F. It has been noted that it will freeze back to the ground in Zone 6. Although many fast-growing trees are intolerant of windy situations, chitalpa can withstand even strong winds without breakage. Unlike either of its parents, chitalpa is sterile and produces no messy seed pods. Propagation: Cuttings. The initial hybrids between Catalpa and Chilopsis were created in Uzbekistan in 1964 and introduced to the United States by Robert Hebb of the New York Botanic Garden in 1977. (Chitalpa is a combination of the scientific name of the two parents, while the specific name identifies the city in Uzbekistan where the hybrids were created.) Although in cultivation in the United States during the 1980s, the hybrid remained unnamed until 1991 when Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden assigned the name x Chitalpa tashkentensis.


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Xanthostemon chrysanthus, Golden Penda, Expo gold, Junjum

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Family: Myrtaceae
Golden Penda, Expo gold, Junjum
Origin: Coastal rainforest in north Queensland from Townsville to Cape York
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterYellow/orange flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Xanthostemon chrysanthus, is still quite unknown outside its native country, and is pretty hard to find. This is a very desirable garden plant for warmer climates. The glorious, dense flower heads are well displayed at branches ends and are bright yellow with stunningly extended stamens reminiscent of a Bottlebrush. Flowers are sweetly fragrant and atract butterlies and hummingbirds. Bloom time in Northern hemisphere lasts from winter through early spring, which makes it especially valuable. In sub-tropical and tropical areas it flowers reliably and often within 2-3 years from seed. New leaves start out red, contrasting beautifully with older, lance shaped glossy green foliage. In native rainforest environment the tree can grow up to 40-50 ft, however in gardens it may reach only 15-20 ft. It responds well to pruning and can be easily shaped into a shrub, hedge or screen with annual pruning. Golden Penda is a favorite of birds and butterflies; it makes a good cut flower. The plant is pretty hardy, tolerates dry soil and requires almost no watering once established; however it will thrive providing moist rich soils. It can also take light frosts.

The genus name Xanthostemon comes from Greek xanthos - yellow, and stemon - a thread or stamen. The species name chrysanthus comes from Greek chrysos - gold and anthos - a flower. This plant is known as Junjum among aboriginal Australians, its hardwood used for swords, spear points and digging sticks.


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Xanthostemon chrysanthus variegated form
Xanthostemon chrysanthus, Golden Penda, Expo gold, Junjum

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Xanthostemon chrysanthus variegated form
Xanthostemon chrysanthus, Golden Penda, Expo gold, Junjum

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Xanthostemon chrysanthus orange form
Xanthostemon chrysanthus, Golden Penda, Expo gold, Junjum

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Xanthostemon chrysanthus orange form


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