(E = evergreen)

Garrya elliptica, a most decorative winter shrub, hardy enough in all but the coldest districts. In February the male plants produce an abundance of 6- to 12-in. long silky, grey-green catkins. Does reasonably well against north and east walls, but produces catkins more freely when planted against south and west walls.

English: Garrya elliptica male catkins

English: Garrya elliptica male catkins (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

01. January 2013 by Dave Pinkney
Categories: Climber Plants | Tags: , | Comments Off on GARRYA (SILK TASSEL BUSH)


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