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Pittosporum tobira Variegata Mock Orange

Pittosporum tobira Variegata aka Mock OrangePittosporum tobira Variegata aka Mock Orange
Pittosporum tobira Variegata Mock Orange

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Plant of this shrub Caesalpinia Pulcherrima x Pink. This is a very unusual pink variety of the popular Peacock flower. This evergreen shrub for zones 8 and above grows to 10-12 inches tall. Although blooming in part shade to full sun, they blossom best in full sun. Very easy to grow and can be grown as a spreading shrub or trimmed into a small tree. Drought tolerant.



Poincinana Gilliesii or Bird of Paradise Bush

Small starter plant of this beautiful shrub Poincinana Gilliesii Caesalpinia Bird of Paradise Bush or Dwarf yellow Poinciana.  Upright  large shrub to 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide. Clusters of yellow flowers have long red stamens. Quite hardy but ripe seeds are poisonous. Drought tolerant.USDA Zones 9 to 11.
Poincinana Gilliesii or Bird of Paradise Bush

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Starter Plant of this shrub Poincinana Gilliesii Caesalpinia Bird of Paradise Bush or Dwarf yellow Poinciana. Upright large shrub to 10 feet tall by 8 feet wide. Clusters of yellow flowers have long red stamens. Quite hardy but ripe seeds are poisonous. Drought tolerant. USDA Zones 9 to 11.



Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon

Small starter plant of contorted tree called Flying Dragon or Trifoliate Orange Poncirus trifoliata This plant produces masses inedible citrus fruit, but that is not the star of this tree. The contorted branches are mind boggling. The blossoms in the spring do have a very nice scent as most citrus. This is excellent for bonsai as it is a very slow grower. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer. Zones 6-10. Small starter plant of contorted tree called Flying Dragon or Trifoliate Orange Poncirus trifoliata This plant produces masses inedible citrus fruit, but that is not the star of this tree. The contorted branches are mind boggling. The blossoms in the spring do have a very nice scent as most citrus. This is excellent for bonsai as it is a very slow grower. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer. Zones 6-10.
Poncirus trifoliata Contorted Flying Dragon

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Georgia Only. Quart plant of contorted tree called Flying Dragon or Trifoliate Orange Poncirus trifoliata. This plant produces masses inedible citrus fruit, but that is not the star of this tree. The contorted branches are mind boggling. The blossoms in the spring do have a very nice scent as most citrus. This is excellent for bonsai as it is a very slow grower. This plant does overwinter outside in my zone 8B area but does usually lose all its leaves if we have a killing frost, but comes back to blossom again in the summer. Zones 6 to 10. These can only be sold to Georgia. You may buy the seeds if outside of Georgia.



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