Escallonia


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Escallonia

 

a genus of plants of the family Saxifragaceae. The plants are small evergreen trees or shrubs. The alternate leaves have serrate edges with glandular pubescence. The aromatic white, pink, or red flowers are in panicled or racemose inflorescences. The fruit is a two-or three-celled capsule. There are about 60 species distributed in South America, primarily in the Andes. Several species, including E. macrantha, are ornamentals.

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Asteraceae, Fabaceae and Lamiaceae were the families which contributed the largest number of pollen types, Escallonia sp.
Opinamos que la participacion de estos arbustos relaciona mas la posible "Cryptocaryo-Lucumetum" con otro tipo de comunidades de arbusteda o microbosque mediterraneo freatofilo en el que la participacion de diversas mirtaceas y sobre todo de especies del genero Escallonia marcan su caracter.
Informal hedges may be the option and produce flowers as well, such as escallonia, which can be trimmed back after flowering.
I'd heartily recommend a heather, like Ling, and the delightful escallonia and hebe.
Many of our plants, such as Escallonia, Ceanothus and Bay Trees - to name but a few - simply couldn't cope, so garden centres and nurseries lost their stock.
As you are looking for a low-maintenance solution, I'd recommend Escallonia, a flowering evergreen that will reach between 5ft and 8ft high at maturity and will only need an annual clip at most to keep it trim.
Suitable shrubs and climbers include buddleia, berberis, genista (broom), cistus (rock rose), ceanothus, escallonia,
Suitable shrubs and climbers include buddleia, berberis, genista (broom), cistus (rock rose), ceanothus, escallonia, weigela, hebe, lavatera, passiflora (passion flower), ribes (ornamental currant), rosmarinus (rosemary).
El 58 % de los morfotipos polinicos pertenecieron a plantas nativas, como en el caso de Aegiphila mortonii Moldenke, Escallonia resinosa (Ruiz & Pav.) Pers., Gaiadendron punctatum (Ruiz & Pav.) G.