Ficus carica, figs with attractive foliage and wonderfully edible fruit.
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Extremely fragrant (lemony), short-tubed, creamy white flowers that appear in very early spring.
Tiny fragrant (heavenly fragrant) 4-petaled white flowers bloom from the leaf axils in small clusters in fall.
Common privet makes an ideal hedge, or privacy screen. You can also use privets as specimen plantings, and in a shrub borders.
This is a tough, but graceful, spring flowering, upright deciduous shrub that typically reaches a height of 8 to 10 feet.
This is a 15 foot evergreen shrub; flowers appear in white to pinkish terminal clusters (6 inches across), typically covering the shrub in late May to June.
Fragrant, tiny white flowers borne in cylindrical, drooping racemes (3 to 6 inches in length) cover this shrub with blooms from May to June.
Pea-like yellow flowers in racemes (about 15 inches in length) appear in a profuse, often spectacular, late spring bloom.
Interesting specimen for shady areas of the landscape, grown as a screen, and makes an excellent houseplant; leaves are popular in soups and stews.
Pink flowers with yellow throats appear in clusters (corymbs that are 3 inches wide) in a profusion of blooms April to May.