An evergreen plant that can grow into a trail bush depending where it is planted. If planted along a wall it can trail and cascade that area with it green foliage and then in blooming time to fragrant flowers.
They can also be planted in a decorative planter container.
They are a hardy plant and quick growing and sturdy at the stork.
In the winter colder climate, they can loose some leaves as well as turn reddish bronze depending on where they are positioned in the outdoors. In the beginning of spring and on, they begin their growth into more of a green plant with bursting tunnel like flowers that have a sweet aroma.
They would be considered a perennial.
They are good plants to consider for El Paso, TX they will blend in well in the landscape outdoors.
As well as offer a combination of visual and scented spread.
They require water especially when the leaves droop. When not given enough water they will drop their leaves as well as turning a bit yellow.
In season, they can be found in the local nurseries in El Paso.
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