Osmanthus - Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Goshiki'

New growth pinkish bronze, spiny mature leaves have a mixture of green, gold, and cream areas.

Drought tolerant when established but needs some watering for best performance.

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Description: Heavy clay soils are tolerated.

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    osmanthus fragrans Zones LS, CS, TS; USDA 8-11. Native to China, Japan, Himalayas. Long a favorite of Southern gardeners. Broad, dense, compact. Grows at a moderate rate to 15ft. tall, 810 feet wide (though older plants may reach 30 feet tall, 1215 feet wide). Oval, glossy, medium green leaves to 4 inches long, toothed or smooth edged.
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    oz-MAN-thus FRAY-granz Description Fragrant tea olive is a broadleaf evergreen shrub with a dense habit in the Oleaceae (olive) family and native to Asia. This plant typically grows to a height of 10 to 20 feet and has extremely fragrant flowers that appear in the spring and sporadically in the fall.
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    Osmanthus isnโ€™t a very common shrub, but it does have many advantages that other shrubs donโ€™t have. Its magnificent green, sometimes mottled leafage (depending on the variety) is very dense, and it is perfectly suited to flowered, not-so-tall hedges. Its white flowers and deliciously fragrant flowers remind one of the smell of jasmine.
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    Burkwood osmanthus is an Asian hybrid evergreen shrub or small tree in the Oleaceae (olive) family. The parents of this plant are the Chinese Osmanthus delavay i and the Turkish Osmanthus decorus. The genus name is derived from the Greek osme, meaning fragrance, and anthos, meaning flowers. Burkwoodii is in reference to Burkwood and Shipwith.
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    Sweet Osmanthus is the city flower of Guilin, China, and Guilin actually means Forest of Sweet Osmanthus trees. The very fragrant flowers are used as an additive for tea and other beverages in the far east. In addition, in China the flowers are also used to produce osmanthus-scented jam, sweet cakes, dumplings and soups.
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