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A low sprawling shrub 4-6' tall and 3-4' wide. Grows well in dry, acid, woodland conditions. Leaves are 3 lobed, however, juvenile foliage may not always have side lobes. Flowers are pale purple in the bud, opoening to yellowi…[More Info]
See V. dentatum var. scabrellum. Believed by Michael Dirr to be one in the same.[More Info]
A small shrub growing 3-4' but with the potential to grow larger depending on site location and the zone in which it is grown. Form is multistemmed and vase shaped with a rounded crown. Leaves are 2-3" long and 1¼ t…[More Info]
Much confusion exists in the trade as to the taxonomic designation for V. awabuki. Most often, it is listed as a selection of V. odoratissimum, however mature plants have no growth characteristics similar to V. odoratissimum, nor do th…[More Info]
For identification purposes, 'Chindo' is similar in all respects to the species with the exception of reportedly being more fruitful although still not considered prolific. It is still advised that it still be planted with another seedling or…[More Info]