from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of plants of the family Verbenaceæ, containing about 10 species, native in Japan, China, and the Himalayas.


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  • Then you have the limey jolt of the caryopteris 'leaves.

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  • The brilliant orangy-gold of the gaillardia goes so nicely with the two shades of blue - dark 'Black and Blue' sage (middle-left) and caryopteris 'Worchester Gold' (back-right) - mix very nicely.

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  • He took them through the kitchen out to a walled yard filled with bloom, a mound of deep blue caryopteris, Japanese anemones in white and pink, a reddening Virginia creeper that spilled itself over one entire wall.


  • If the weather lets up next week I hope to take come hardwood cuttings of caryopteris and Russian sage.

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  • So many of my plants are not supposed to be cut back in the fall – agastache, salvia, coreopsis, caryopteris – all need to remain standing.

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  • It was planted out on the slope, near some caryopteris ‘Worchester Gold’.

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  • The splash of red with the yellow leaves and blue flowers of the caryopteris really caught the eye while looking up the hill from the house.

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  • The red is gaillardia ‘Burgundy’, the whitish is dappled willow, salix integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ , yellow leafed caryopteris ‘Worcester Gold’, and just starting to bloom at the rock edge, veronica ‘Royal Candles’.

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  • The side and front of the house was planted with ‘Victor’ red crape myrtles, dogwood seedlings from my own garden, which were miniscule, ‘Rose Glo’ red barberries, ‘Blue Star’ junipers, caryopteris, variegated liriope, green leaf heuchera, and black mondo grass.

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  • The flowers of the penstemon ‘Husker Red’ and the bright yellow foliage of caryopteris ‘Worchester Gold’ are enhanced by the blue of the nigella along with some salvia coccinea ‘Lady in Red’.

    Nigella « Fairegarden


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