Escallonia

This group consists of about forty, mostly evergreen, shrubs and small treesnative to South America. They usually reach a height ranging from 5 to 8 feet unless they're grown in warm, seaside regions, where they'll be taller. These tender plants flower in the summer, autumn and even early winter. They have tiny leaves and an abundance of colorful, ...
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Escallonia

genus of South American evergreen trees and shrubs in the family Grossulariaceae, order Rosales, comprising about 50 species. Members of the genus ... [1 related articles]
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Escallonia

Escallonia is a genus of 40-50 species of flowering plants of the Escalloniaceae family. Mostly evergreen shrubs (rarely small trees), they are native to South America. ==Cultivation== ==Selected Species== ...
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