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tx_flower_child
Dallas, TX

December 4, 2012
3:39 PM

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I know, I know. I can use the database or google to find out more about these shrubs. Are any of them in the pictures within your article? I noted that you mentioned one was semi-evergreen. What about the others? Also, what zone are you growing these in? Thanks.
lortay
Navan
Ireland

December 5, 2012
3:28 PM

Post #9350745

Hi, good idea for a thread.
I agree that Yucca gives brilliant colour in Winter. I have one that is reaching it's 30th birthday. In damp and drizzly Ireland, I would include Lonicera nudiflorum (flowering outside my window), Viburnum x bodnatense 'Dawn' or 'Deben', Chaenomeles, which often flowers from December here; and of course, the incomparable Mahonia 'Charity'.
I am sure everyone has their own top 5.

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