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Iceberg Floribunda Rose
Swan Hill Fruitless Olive
Italian Cypress
Copthorne Geranium
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Iceberg Floribunda Rose

Common name: Iceberg Floribunda Rose
Botanical name: Rosa 'Iceberg'

This is a shrub rose (there are climbing varieties) with an abundance of fragrant, medium sized, white blooms. It is one of the most popular roses and very tough.

Swan Hill Fruitless Olive

Common name: Swan Hill Fruitless Olive
Botanical name: Olea europaea 'Swan Hill'

Swan Hill Olive has attractive foliage and form is enhanced by its absence of fruit, and makes its use in entryways and other high foot-traffic areas a plus. It stand about 25'-30' high at maturity and about as wide.

Italian Cypress

Common name: Italian Cypress
Botanical name: Cupressus sempervirens 'Stricta'

Italian Cypress is often associated with Italian and Spanish architecture, providing columns in the landscape. It can quickly reach 40' tall and 3'-4' wide. 'Stricta' is compact, dense, columnar and produces long, straight branches with dark green foliage. Birds use the conifer as nesting and refuge. It does best in full sun with well draining soil. It is drought tolerant once it's established. It is a narrower version of the parent plant.

Copthorne Geranium

Common name: Copthorne Geranium
Botanical name: Pelargonium 'Copthorne'

Unique Pelargonium ‘Copthorne’: A large, shrubby pelargonium growing rapidly to 3’ tall and wide. Broad green leaves and lavender flowers almost all year long. It performs best with a light feeding in spring and a severe pruning in fall (new growth quickly fills in and restarts the bloom cycle). Like many Unique Pelargoniums, it needs a well-drained location where it can flourish on very little water. ‘Copthorne’ prefers light shade inland.