Medium to large tree with smooth grey bark and dark green pinnate leaves and red or yellow-red pea flowers. This handsome tree is grown as a street tree in Santa Barbara, CA and a large speciman is growing at the Huntington Library and Botanic Gardens in San Marino, CA. Slow growing and frosted when young (foliage returns in spring). Intolerant of ...
Dense prickly ornamental shrub with white flowers appearing mid winter to spring. Flowers highly scented. Prefers well-drain soils in full sun or partial shade. Drought and frost tolerant. Excellent screen and landscape plant. Attractive hedge in flower. Attracts hummingbirds.
Low groundcover shrub, may grow 2' or 3' high but can be pruned to keep low and spreads approx 3 feet. Handsome in flower, it's black pea flowers are very striking. Great for containers or path edges.
Ornamental dwarf to medium grey shrub for well drained light or heavy soils. Prefers full sun or partial shade position. Frost tolerant. Highly ornamental foliage with pinkish red new growth. Suitable coastal or inland. Can be used for cut foliage. Useful for perennial or Mediterranean gardens. We now grow A. cuneatus 'Coral Drift' - a beauti...
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is a beautiful shrub with white grey leaves and powdery white buds & flowers and makes a great cut flower?