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Itea virginica 'Sprich' <br> Little Henry® Sweetspire

Itea virginica 'Sprich'


| 3 G | 110 Avail. | $36.03

Little Henry Sweetspire is a dwarf deciduous shrub that has long-lasting fall color.  The shiny bright green oval leaves turn garnet-red and orange in fall and hold until early winter before being dropped.  The tiny fragrant white flowers that blanket the shrub bloom on drooping cylindrical racemes in spring.  Best fall color in full sun and rich moist well-drained soils. Itea virginica is a host plant for the American Holly Azure butterfly if in the coastal plains, otherwise it acts as a food source for various bees and butterflies.  Birds may eat the seeds. Type:  Shrub Height:  1.5' - 2' Spread:  2’ - 2.5' Spacing:  2’ USDA Hardiness...

Yucca filamentosa 'Color Guard' <br> Color Guard Adam's Needle, Yucca

Color Guard Adam’s Needle is a nearly stemless evergreen shrub with large, slightly arching, sword-like foliage that has creamy-gold centers and dark green margins.  Long curly white strings can be found at the leaf margins. A central stalk rises in summer bearing long panicles of fragrant creamy-white flowers.  Best color with full sun and well-drained soils. Surprisingly tolerate of partial shade.  Heat and drought tolerant. Yucca filamentosa is a southwest native that hosts the Yucca Giant-Skipper and the Cofaqui Giant Skipper butterflies.  The nectar provides for hummingbirds and other moths and butterflies, while the berries are eaten by small mammals. Type:  Shrub Height:  3' -...

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