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- n. oleaster
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The rose has climbed through the silver leaves of the elaeagnus and now drapes the wall, too.
I’d felt peace and wonder in that chapel and I could just visualize our loved ones flanking a canopy-covered aisle with white hydrangeas, French tulips, my garden roses, English ivy, and elaeagnus small, fragrant silvery white flowers no one knows about but me and my brilliant assistant, Brandon Branch.
2 Beneath the trees, plant fruiting shrubs that can take some shade - redcurrants, gooseberries and raspberries are all good. elaeagnus are good sources of nitrogen, says Crawford.