Duranta erecta 'Golden Edge'
Duranta erecta 'Golden Edge' - An upright evergreen shrub spreads with slightly arching branches to 12 feet or more tal and nearly as wide. The species, which grows taller and is sometimes seen as a small tree, is typically grown for its summer blue flower and ornamental fruit but this cultivar adds a splash of foliage color to the mix with bright yellow margins on the leaves. In the summer, cascading clusters of light blue tubular flowers appear followed by wonderfully contrasting orange-yellow berries. In mild climates this plant can be in flower nearly year round with flowers and fruit appearing at the same time. It does best in full sun with frequent deep watering and is hardy to about 20-25 ° F. A good choice for espaliers, as a small tree or large bush; all forms benefit from frequent selective pruning. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies.
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