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The Wax Leaf Ligustrum can be grown as either a tree or a shrub. When grown as a shrub, this evergreen is a great solution for small areas with restricted space requirements. They react well to pruning, making it easy to manipulate the plant’s shape. They are equally beautiful if they are allowed to maintain their natural growth form with minimal pruning.
Ligustrum are tough enough to adapt to most soil types, resist most pests, and withstand moderate drought and salt. They boast dark green, lustrous foliage with an aromatic flower display in late spring or early summer.
Ligustrum produce fleshy, oval, purple-black fruit. In Spring and Summer, they flower with showy clusters of off white, trumpet-shaped blooms.
They may be grown as as a containerized planting, a buffer strip or tall formal hedge, a topiary, rock garden planting, seashore planting, foundation planting for large buildings, highway medians, or landscape specimen.
Ligustrum earn their popularity with their ability to thrive in multiple environmental conditions, accommodate diverse space requirements, and their exceptional aesthetic appeal across many applications.
Viburnum Suspensum, also known as Sandankwa Viburnum, is a dense evergreen shrub. Native to Japan, this shrub flourishes in areas with mild winters. Its foliage is leathery and coarse, with broad oval leaves. Viburnum Suspensum grows densely and regularly reaches between ten and twelve feet in both heights and spreads.
Viburnum Suspensum bloom from early spring through late summer. Their flowers are small, and tubular, with a light pink or white color that shows up well against the dark foliage. After summer has passed, these flowers give way to small red berries that are favorites of songbirds.
They are easy growers, thriving in most soil types, and are an ideal choice for shady areas where other viburnums might languish.
Due to their height and density, Viburnum Suspensum makes ideal choices for privacy screens, while their dark green, lustrous foliage makes them perfect candidates to serve as a backdrop for vibrant focal plants.
The Saw Palmetto ‘Silver’ is the less common variety of Saw Palmetto, acting as a unique addition to a landscape with its silver-green leaves. Perfect for use as a filler, hedge, backdrop, or accent, Saw Palmetto ‘Silver’ adds old-Florida charm to a landscape. Over a number of years, the plant will spread out, covering a large area. Growing both thickly and densely, the trunk remains practically invisible as the base of the plant remains close to the ground. The Saw Palmetto ‘Silver’ can be planted close together to create an instant hedge with its sprawling clusters. Its high salt tolerance makes the Saw Palmetto ‘Silver’ an ideal planting for homes on the water, and it is practically maintenance-free. It does not require cold protection, and they have adapted well to Florida’s sandy soils. Once mature, it is highly drought tolerant as well. Saw Palmetto ‘Silver’ can be planted next to any structure including houses, walls, a fence, and even against a tree trunk. Silver Saw Palmettos are perfect as container plants for large pots or planter boxes. They can also be planted indoors. An extract made from the Saw Palmetto has been used for centuries from Mayans to Florida’s Seminole Indians for a wide range of medicinal purposes.