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Shrubs

The terms bush and shrub have similar meanings, bushes (or shrubs) are often the anchors of a landscape. Shrub is used to describe a low woody perennial plant that usually has several stems, multitude of sizes, colors, shapes and many have flowering attributes. The contrasting leaf colors can be positively riveting for the eye. Because there are so many uses and so many distinctive combinations for shrubs and bushes, it is up to you to decide what species please your eye.

Bougainvillea Dr David Barry

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Bougainvillea Dr David Barry

~Dr. David Barry Large, elongated, lavender pink flower bracts are produced in large masses. Unusual color and form on this rare variety. Spectacular!  Its high tolerance for salty climates makes it a perfect selection for coastal landscaping.  These colorful plants may bloom year round.

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Heaven Scent Gardenia

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~Heaven Scent Gardenia jasminoides ‘Madga Fragrant, blooms all year. Large thick glossy leaves. Easy to grow. A superb evergreen landscape accent or container plant for courtyards or lanai. Height: 4-6 ft. Full Sun to Partial Shade. Fertilize with fertilizer for acid loving plants.

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African Iris

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African Iris

~ African Iris This clumping, robust perennial has stiff leaves radiating up and out in a fan-shaped pattern. The flower spikes are topped with 3-inch white flowers marked with yellow and blue.  Although short-lived (about 2 days), the flowers are produced sporadically throughout the year.  Plants grow to 4 or 5 feet tall in standing water, making it ideal for water gardens and wet soil.  They reach about 2 to 3 feet in soil.  African Iris is also attractive when used as an accent planted in a shorter ground cover.

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Song of India

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Song of India

~ Song of India The song of India plant is a species from the dracaena genus (dracaena reflexa) which has become a popular house plant. This tree like plant is fairly easy to grow and maintain like others from this genus, although it does require high humidity levels. Here in Hawaii, variegated Song of India is a popular landscaping plant for tropical gardens. The plants are propagated by stem cuttings. The leaves and leafy twigs can be used in tropical flower arrangements. Perennial, Evergreen, Tree, Shrub Hawaii Native Status: Cultivated. This ornamental garden plant, houseplant, and...

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Crown Flower

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Lollipop

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Lollipop

~Lollipop Tall, shrub plant that stems that are each tipped with brightly colored flowers, popular as landscape plants that bloom nearly non-stop all year. Grows in containers for courtyards or lanai. Also known as the Shrimp Plant. Always in flower and easy to grow. 18″-24″  Full Sun to Partial Shade

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Firecracker Plant

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~Firecracker

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Society Garlic

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~Society Garlic

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Purple Spider

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~Purple Spider Lily

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Nora Grant Ixora

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Nora Grant Ixora

~Nora Grant Ixora

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Monstera

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Monstera

~Monstera

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Spathiphyllum

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~Spathiphyllum

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Spider Lily

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Spider Lily

~Spider Lily

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Agave

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Agave

~Agave

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Azalea

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~Azalea

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Bougainvillea Hedge

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Bougainvillea Hedge

~Bougainvillea Hedge

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Bromeliad

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Bromeliad

~Bromeliad

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Bromeliad

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Bromeliad

~Bromeliad

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Croton

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Croton

~Croton   Known for their bold, tropical foliage, crotons are perennial evergreen shrubs. Not only can these plants be grown outdoors, but some cultivars can be raised as decorative houseplants as well. The beautiful leaves of the croton are also used to enhance floral arrangements. This plant will draw attention with its stunning color and make a bold statement in your house or yard. Characteristics Grown for their fantastically marked leaves; crotons (Codiaeum variegatum) come in a wide variety of leaf shapes and colors which include reds, oranges, yellows, pinks, purple, greens, and...

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Yellow Bush Galphimia

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Yellow Bush Galphimia

~Yellow Bush Galphimia

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Orange Bulbine

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Orange Bulbine

~Bulbine Orange Stalked Bulbine, bulbine frutescens. A succulent ground-cover, has narrow fleshy bright green foot-long leaves, arranged in opposite rows to form open rosettes and spreads by rhizomes to create 2 to 3 foot wide clumps. Orange flowers are 6-petaled and star-like with frilly yellow stamens atop long stalks that rise above the foliage and bloom all year. No known pest problems. Plant in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil, provide occasional to very little irrigation. Evergreen and hardy. Looks much like a low shrub, makes this a well rounded landscape plant! Evergreen,...

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Angel Wing Jasmine

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~Angel Wing Jasmine Jasminum nitidum Angel wing jasmine is a vine or shrub with sweetly fragrant, snow-white, pinwheel shaped flowers. This is a fast-growing, twining vine. It can grow to 20 ft (6.1 m) long but in the garden is often trimmed as a bushy shrub that gets little more than 2-4 ft tall. Full sun. Doesn’t do well in shade. Needs regular watering.

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Night Blooming Jasmine

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~Night Blooming Jasmine Cestrum nocturnum One of the most fragrant plants. Night Blooming Jasmine is an upright container plant with greenish-white flowers that emit a romantic and intoxicating fragrance at night. Just give it a sunny spot and you’ll be amazed. To maintain size, prune hard after flowering. Sun to Partial Shade, Average Water Needs; Water regularly, do not over-water.

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Golden Eldorado

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Golden Eldorado

~ Golden Eldorado Pseuderanthemum reticulatum Ornamental tropical flowering shrub.  An erect, multi-branched and evergreen perennial shrub that is moderate to fast-growing Grows easily with moderate care. It enjoys the sunny, humid and wet seasons of the tropics.  Grows best in full sun or partial sun for vibrant foliage colors. Average water requirements. However, it thrives best with regular watering, especially during the hot and dry seasons. It enjoys high humidity. Prefers well-drained and fertile loamy soils. Prune regularly to maintain preferred height and size, to encourage new...

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Veitchii Gardenia

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~Gardenia Veitchii Gardenia ‘Veitchii’ is the oldest cultivar of Gardenia and yet it is still the most reliable bloomer of all the Gardenias.  This glossy dark green leafed evergreen gets to about 4′ high and 6′ wide when mature and will bloom prolifically.  Blooms are double and resemble roses with an enchanting aroma.  Great as an informal hedge or for against the house planting.  If it is given some afternoon shade in its location, you will see it flourish!

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Aimee Gardenia

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~Aimee Yoshioka Fragrant white blooms are larger than any other Gardenia and the first to bloom.  A superb evergreen landscape accent or container plant for courtyards or lanai.   Height:  4-6 ft.   Full Sun to Partial Shade.  Fertilize with fertilizer for acid loving plants.

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Raspberry Ice Bougainvillea

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Raspberry Ice Bougainvillea

~ Raspberry Ice Variegated Foliage! A profuse bloomer that is one of the most vigorous variegated cultivars in our collection. Vivid crimson floral bracts set off the striking glacier-white leaves edged in meadow-green.  Full sun, occasional watering when established in the ground.  An ever bloomer!

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Bougainvillea Barbara Karst

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~Barbara Karst The bougainvillea-industry standard for red, but it’s actually the darkest shade of hot pink; only the new growth is truly red in color.  Leaves are dark blue-green, and broadly ovate.  Bougainvillea ‘Barbara Karst’ can be found beautifying the landscape all throughout Florida, southern California, Arizona, Texas. A natural climber, she performs best when grown on trellis, but does almost equally well when trained as a bush, standard, or hanging basket.

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Bougainvillea Temple Fire

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~Temple Fire A fabulous dwarf bougainvillea, ‘Temple Fire’ shows flaming color in both its flower and its bronze leaf accents. This is a cultivar derived from Bougainvillea glabra, which was crossed with hybrids to create a rainbow of colors and dwarf forms for smaller gardens. It retains the intense, long-lasting color of its ancestors in spite of its short stature plants. The brick red color blooms are bracts, leaves that have evolved to lure pollinators. The bracts are very long lasting and fade to pink before dropping. They are replaced in waves throughout the year. The true flowers...

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Bougainvillea Miss Manila

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~Miss Manila Miss Manila is a favorite hybrid, created in the Philippines and brought to Hawai’i in the late 1960’s by Donald Angus.  Very drought-tolerant but do better with irrigation.  They flower on new wood, so don’t cut off the shoots if you want abundant flowering color.  They are good for xeriscaping, freeway landscaping and exuberant landscape adornment.  Find it all over the Islands in hot dry areas.  It is very nice on the banks of the freeway in ‘Aiea.  Ala Moana Center has beautiful planters with the Miss Manila variety. By Heidi Bornhorst Special...

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