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Styrax japonicus 'Fragrant Fountain' Tree (PP#19,664) Weeping habit is ideal for growing over walls and fences. Absolutely essential for the partly shaded garden, this Japanese Snowball regales you with hundreds of thousands of parachute-shaped white blooms -- marvelously fragrant! -- for 5 months or more. The handsome dark green foliage turns rich gold before dropping in late autumn, and the weeping habit is ideal to grow over a wall, along a fence, or up a trellis. A sport of 'Rosea.' it…

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Fall Landscaping Ideas

Pay Attention to Plant Habits: Plants develop different shapes as they grow. Some have a narrow, upright look; others are mounded; and others gracefully weep like this golden 'Viridis' Japanese maple. Combine plants with various habits to make your landscape more intriguing. Via Better Homes and Gardens