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Edgeworthia chrysantha
Common Name: Paper Bush

This medium size deciduous coarse shrub has simple leaves 6-8 inches long and of a blueish color. This suckering shrub is related to Daphne and Dirca.  It produces clusters of interesting clusters of tubular yellow fl...


Elaeagnus pungens 'Variegata'
Common Name: Variegated Autumn Olive
Autumn Olive is a servicable evergreen shrub with very fragrant but relatively inconspicuous flowers in the fall. This is a handsome cultivar with gold edged leaves. Autumn Olive is a large shrub but can become vine-like if allowed to scramble up in...

Elettaria cardamomum
Common Name: Cardamom

This ginger relative produces attractive foliage from rhizomes. Here it can stay under 2 feet but it gets much larger in tropics where it is grown for the exspensive spice Cardamom.  . Leaves have a delightful fragrance wh...


Enkianthus campanulatus 'Rubrum'
Common Name: Red Enkianthus

Small bell-like red flowers and good red fall color characterize this selectin of Enkianthus campanulatus.  It can be a narrow upright shtub or small tree with layered branches.  Plant in sun to part shade (South) and moist acid soil....


Erica x darleyensis
Common Name: Hybrid Heather

Heaths and heathers come in many species and varieties.  Most are not well-suited to the heat and humidity of the southern U.S. but this hybrid between two European species, Erica erigena and E. carnea,&...


Eriobotrya japonica
Common Name: Loquat

The Loquat is a large evergreen shrub with big leathery leaves that are toothed on the margins.  The plant flowers in mid-winter with clusters of white flowers.  The edible plum-like fruits are variable in size and quality and contain la...


Erythrina x bidwillii
Common Name: Coralbean Hybrid

This very showy Coralbean is a hybrid between the Argentine E. crista-galli and our native E. herbacea. Perennial in zone 8 from large root stock. Large spikes of vivid red flowers in summer. Cut back plants after...


Euonymus americanus
Common Name: Hearts Abustin

This Euonymus is a deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub with lanceolate 3" long leaves arranged oposite each other on upright green stems. This woodland shrub native to eastern North America is a fine garden plant for shade or semi-shade and is ...


Euonymus sp.
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This yet to be identified Euonymus is probably E. fortunei.  It is a low trailing evergreen shrub with long-pointed, toothed, leaves about 2 inches long.  A new introduction, it was collected by Frank Bell o...

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