Evergreen Huckleberry in Oklahoma? Reader Q and A ⋆ North Coast Gardening
Jack out in Oklahoma read about my native evergreen huckleberry, Vaccinium ovatum, and wondered whether it might grow in his area: “Will this actually grow in Oklahoma City area? Or is it a borderline plant for our state? Thank you, Jack” Jack, a little poking around online at the USDA website shows that the evergreen […]
Planting combination featuring Foliage, Texture and Sparkle
Beautiful combination from Bloomtown: "Plants, back to front: Fatsia japonica 'Spider's Web', Podocarpus alpinus 'County Park Fire', Astelia 'Westand' (though could possibly be A. 'Red Gem' which I'm using more frequently than 'Westland' at this point)."
Muehlenbeckia astonii - Oratia Native Plant Nursery
Muehlenbeckia astonii - Zig-zagging branches. Small heart-shaped leaves are deciduous giving a fascinating naked winter appearance.
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Arthropodium Avalanche-PB5 (20/25)
A native perennial,(Renga Renga Lily) discovered by Jack Hobbs and named “Avalanche” as a result of the masses of white flowers. Forms a clump of about 30cm wide and 30cm in height once established. Needs to be protected from harsh frosts and grows well in both sun and part shade.