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Variegated Pittosporum - Pittosporum tobira 'Variegata' -  recommended by Gary at Mollars

Variegated Pittosporum - Pittosporum tobira 'Variegata' - recommended by Gary at Mollars

Viburnum acerifolium "mapleleaves viburnum"   native shade tolerant shrub with flowers fruit and fall foliage

Viburnum acerifolium "mapleleaves viburnum" native shade tolerant shrub with flowers fruit and fall foliage

The lid of each Dixie® To Go Cup is made with snap-on lids so you can crush your morning routine without crushing your cup.

The lid of each Dixie® To Go Cup is made with snap-on lids so you can crush your morning routine without crushing your cup.

Shrub - Pittosporum 'Garnettii'  Pittosporum 'Garnettii' is a medium-sized evergreen shrub with grey-green leaves edged with cream, sometimes tinged with pink in winter. In late spring and early summer it produces clusters of deep purple flowers. It will grow in sun or partial shade, and the variegated foliage is perfect for brightening up a dull corner of the garden as well as providing evergreen structure throughout the year. Plant in a sheltered position in well drained soil.

Shrub - Pittosporum 'Garnettii' Pittosporum 'Garnettii' is a medium-sized evergreen shrub with grey-green leaves edged with cream, sometimes tinged with pink in winter. In late spring and early summer it produces clusters of deep purple flowers. It will grow in sun or partial shade, and the variegated foliage is perfect for brightening up a dull corner of the garden as well as providing evergreen structure throughout the year. Plant in a sheltered position in well drained soil.

Five drought tolerant plants: Helichyrsum ‘Limelight’ (pictured above) - lives on little other than rainfall Boxwood - highly drought tolerant once established  Deer fern - In fact, lots of ferns are drought tolerant  Roses of all sorts - Really? We see these in abandoned landscapes all the time  Euphorbia polychroma - oh yeah and those tulips too!

Five drought tolerant plants: Helichyrsum ‘Limelight’ (pictured above) - lives on little other than rainfall Boxwood - highly drought tolerant once established Deer fern - In fact, lots of ferns are drought tolerant Roses of all sorts - Really? We see these in abandoned landscapes all the time Euphorbia polychroma - oh yeah and those tulips too!

Hebe Emerald Gem - http://www.gardenanswers.com/shrubs/hebe-emerald-gem/

Hebe Emerald Gem - http://www.gardenanswers.com/shrubs/hebe-emerald-gem/

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