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Dodonaea viscosa 'Emerald Ice' PP33514

Emerald Ice Hopbush

Description

Hopbush is native to many arid regions of the world, showing adaptability that is echoed by this plant's usefulness in a wide range of landscape situations. Valued for its dense, deep green foliage, and coarse tropical texture, this evergreen shrub needs little to no pruning to maintain its form. Native to the Sonoran Desert, hopbush is a popular, safe substitute for oleanders used as a hedge or privacy screen. This Emerald Ice variety was discovered after surviving a 5°F freeze with minimal damage, while other seed-grown specimens were decimated. We are proud to introduce Emerald Ice as the one of our favorite Civano Originals and the first hopbush clone on the market. Unlicensed propagation prohibited.

USDA Zone Range

8 to 11

Mature Height

8-12 ft

Flower Color

Pink

Native Region

Northern Sonoran Desert, Australia, Africa and Southern Asia

Variety

Shrub

Soil Type

Planting Guidelines

Maintenance

Elevation Range

Mature Width

8-12 ft

Plant Type

Growth Habit

Clonal, very dense growth

Wildlife and Pollinators

Sunlight Requirements

Full Sun

Water Requirements

Drought Tolerant

Pruning

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