caryopteris


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caryopteris

(ˌkærɪˈɒptərɪs)
n
(Plants) any of various shrubs with small blue or white flowers of the genus Caryopteris, all found in S and E Asia
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Varieties available are Hypericum Orange Flair, Hydrangea Rosy Summer (pictured left), Spiraea Goldflame, Caryopteris Heavenly Blue, Spiraea Shirobana and Ceratostigma plumbaginoides.
Caryopteris With a gentle cooling of temperatures and a softening of the light, we welcome the start of autumn - and hope it will be a clement one as it's a wonderful time to be outdoors.
The varieties available are Hypericum Orange Flair, Hydrangea Rosy Summer, Spiraea Goldflame, Caryopteris Heavenly Blue, Spiraea Shirobana and Ceratostigma plumbaginoides.
Blue, hardy Caryopteris will get bigger and better, flowering yearly from now onwards.
Perennial flowers: achillea (yarrow), agastache (hyssop), black-eyed Susan, caryopteris (blue mist shrub), coreopsis, echinacea (coneflower), foxglove, hollyhock (single-flowered), lamb's ear, monarda (bee balm), ornamental alliums, penstemon, Russian sage, scabiosa
The species like Abies pindrow, Berberis lyceum, Bergenia ciliata, Caryopteris odorata, Dioscoria deltoidea, Gallium elegans, Geranium wallichianum, Mallotus philippensis, Pistacia integerrima, Punica granatum, Rumex hirsuta, Trichodesma indicum, Viola biflora, Zanthoxylum alatum, Ziziphus oxyphylla, Sapindus saponaria and Daphne papyracea are traded to local and national markets.
Woody perennial plants Some shrubby plants with woody stems (artemisia, buddleia, caryopteris, lavender) need to be cut back each spring, because they only bloom on new branches.
Start pruning shrubs including Hydrangea paniculata, Buddleia davidii and Caryopteris x clandonensis.