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PLANT ID Week 10. Hort I. Euonymous japonica. Evergreen Euonymous Celastraceae Shrub Japan. Arrangement: Opposite Type: Simple Margin: Serrate Vein: Pinnate Length: 1-3” Width: 1”. Life Cycle: Evergreen Height: 6-7’ Width: 3-5’ Upright Sun-Shade Growth: Rapid Zones: 5-10.

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euonymous japonica
Euonymous japonica
  • Evergreen Euonymous
  • Celastraceae
  • Shrub
  • Japan
slide4
Arrangement: Opposite
  • Type: Simple
  • Margin: Serrate
  • Vein: Pinnate
  • Length: 1-3”
  • Width: 1”
slide6
Life Cycle: Evergreen
  • Height: 6-7’ Width: 3-5’
  • Upright
  • Sun-Shade
  • Growth: Rapid
  • Zones: 5-10
slide7
Flower
    • Color: Green-Orange
    • Season: Spring June
  • Fruit
    • Color: Pink
    • Season: Fall
description
DESCRIPTION
  • Many named cultivars available with varying colors of foliage
problems
PROBLEMS
  • Euonymus scale insect is a real problem
ilex x attenuata fosteri
Ilex x attenuata ‘Fosteri’
  • Fosteri Holly
  • Aquifoliaceae
  • Hybrid: I.cassine X I.opaca
  • Shrub
slide14
Arrangement: Alternate
  • Type: Simple
  • Margin: Serrated
  • Vein: Pinnate
  • Length: 2” Width: ¾”
slide17
Life Cycle: Evergreen
  • Height: 25’ Width: 6-8’
  • Sun-Part Shade
  • Growth: Medium
  • Zones: 6-9
slide18
Flower: Inconspicuous
    • Season: Spring
    • Color: White
  • Fruit
    • Red Berry
    • Season: Fall
slide19
Cultural Practices
    • Easily propagated by cuttings
ilex cornuta dwarf burford
Ilex cornuta ‘Dwarf Burford’
  • Dwarf Burford Holly
  • Aquifoliaceae
  • China
  • Shrub
slide23
Arrangement: Alternate
  • Type: Simple
  • Margin: Entire
  • Vein: Pinnate
  • Length:1 ¾-3”
  • Width:1-1 ½”
slide24
Life Cycle: Evergreen
  • Height: 5-8’ Width: 4-5’
  • Upright
  • Sun-Part Shade
  • Growth: Medium
  • Zones: 6-9
slide27
Flower
    • Color: White
    • Season: Spring
  • Fruit
    • Color: Red
    • Season: Fall
    • Dimensions: ¼-3/8”
description1
DESCRIPTION
  • Leaf is entire, but has one terminal spine, leaf margins tend to be parallel
cultural practices
CULTURAL PRACTICES
  • Dioecious plant
  • Propagate by stem cuttings
ilex vomitoria nana
Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’
  • Dwarf Yaupon
  • Aquifoliaceae
  • Japan
  • Shrub
slide33
Arrangement: Alternate
  • Type: Simple
  • Margin: Crenate
  • Vein: Pinnate
  • Length: ¾” Width: ¼-3/8”
slide35
Life Cycle: Evergreen
  • Height: 1-2’ Width: 3’
  • Spreading
  • Part Shade
  • Growth: Slow-Medium
  • Zones: 7-9
description2
DESCRIPTION
  • Good plant to use in coastal areas
  • Stems are silver
ilex crenata helleri
Ilex crenata ‘Helleri’
  • Helleri Holly
  • Aquifoliaceae
  • Japan
  • Shrub
slide43
Arrangement: Alternate
  • Type: Simple
  • Margin: Serrated (toward apex)
  • Vein: Pinnate
  • Length: ½” Width: ¼-3/8”
slide45
Life Cycle: Evergreen
  • Height: 2-3’ Width: 3-4’
  • Spreading
  • Sun-Shade
  • Growth: Slow
  • Zones: 6-8
slide47
Flower: Inconspicuous
    • Season: Spring
  • Fruit: Inconspicuous
description3
DESCRIPTION
  • Leaf is oblong, but broadest 2/3 way to tip
  • Wedge shaped at the base
cultural practices1
CULTURAL PRACTICES
  • Needs very little pruning
problems1
PROBLEMS
  • Spiders mites