Shrubs - Knowledgebase Question

Parkville, Ma
Question by miladybug
April 11, 2010
Looking for a dwarf type shrub (evergreen) that is yellow in color can you help with a possible name. it is going in a wall type planting area so needs to stay small, or at least SLOW growing. Thanks


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Answer from NGA
April 11, 2010

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'Old Gold' juniper has yellow foliage. It grows 3-4' tall and wide. Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem' is a dwarf golden form of the "Japanese Holly". It is a colorful shrub with small bright yellow. It grows about 2' tall and wide and responds well to pruning. Abelia x grandiflora ?Minipan' is called golden anniversary and while the foliage is not truly yellow, it does have pale green leaves with yellowish margins. Hope one of these is just right for your landscape.

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