Shrub featuring yellow flowers in summer, and vibrant green leaves all season long.
||yellow (late summer-fall)
||heat and drought tolerant
In the garden, it can be trained into a small tree, or left to take on its natural form of a bushy rounded shrub. It should be evergreen through most winters in our Houston garden, where temperatures rarely drop below 20F; where the mercury dips lower, it will be deciduous, and in climates where temperatures dip below 10F it's a dieback shrub, returning from the roots in spring.
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October 22, 2017