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'Edinensisis' amedium-sized, evergreen shrub with dark, glossy leaves. Clusters of small, tubular,pink flowers open from red buds in summer and early autumn
'Langleyensis' is a medium-sized evergreen shrub of graceful arching habit, with small obovate leaves and rose-pink flowers in short leafy racemes in early summer
'Iveyi' is a vigorous medium-sized evergreen shrub with fairly large, glossy dark green leaves, and large panicles of pure white flowers in mid and late summer
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Escallonia leaf spot is a fungal disease of Escallonia species, causing spotting on the leaves followed by defoliation
Escallonia rubra ?Crimson Spire? AGM M-L (6-7): Large-leaved, erect. ?Donard Radiance? AGM, flowers rose-red, vigorous, compact, ?Pride of Donard? AGM, flowers brilliant rose-red, ?Langleyensis? AGM, tall, arching, flowers rose-pink...Escallonia rubra var. macrantha M-L (6-7): Coastal areas only, flowers crimson...Escallonia M-L
Escallonia : Immediately after flowering
Examples include Eucryphia, Escallonia , Fatsia, Hebe and Rosmarinus...
Examples of plants that respond well to this method include Actinidia , Billardiera , Bougainvillea , Callistemon , Escallonia and Passiflora (passion flower...
Hedging plants such as box, cherry laurel, Escallonia , holly, Lonicera nitida , Portuguese laurel and privet
Examples: Escallonia , Eucryphia , Fatsia , Hebe , Rosmarinus
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