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Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’ A foliage shrub with green leaves conspicuously blotched white, young leaves almost white, occasionally pink tinged, deciduous. Height and Spread about 1 to 1.5metres. The foliage can be scorched in very hot sites. Moist soils in sun, will tolerate part shade.
strangly enough. we sang this in sunday school. "i know a little pussy. he coat is silver grey. she lives out in meddow. so very far away. she'll always be a pussy. she'll never be a cat. cause shes a pussy willow. now what do you think of that. meow meow meow meow meow. SCAT."
Tri Color Willow | Dappled Willow| thrives in partial to full sun and in nearly any soil type. In fact this shrub will flourish even where others have failed: in wet soil. This willow has dense branching, grows in a weeping nature, but can be pruned for a more uniform shape.
Escallonia leavis Pink Elle ('Lades') - Larger than average heads of pink flowers form in abundance at the ends of the branches of this compact evergreen shrub in early summer. Usually in early autumn there is a second, less prolific flush that will add another shot of colour to the shrub border. The foliage is a rich glossy green, and this looks great all through the year, even when not providing a backdrop for the flowers.