Stewartia pseudocamellia is the star of this vignette: in early summer it's covered with white, camellia-like blooms; as the season winds down, fall color takes center stage; and its a silhouette with its creamy exfoliating bark is a lovely site year-round, though especially appreciated in winter. The other evergreen components, important anchors through the seasons, include a dwarf Canadian hemlock, Tsuga canadensis 'Bennett', the neat and compact bun of Pittosporum tobira 'Shima', and along the base a fringe of Heuchera 'Plum Pudding', rounds out the foliage frame.
Exposure: Open Shade, Filtered Sun, Full Sun, Morning Sun, Part Shade
Water Needs: Average, Regular / Even
Features: Varied Foliage, Texture, and Form, Fabulous Foliage, Fall Color, Winter Interest
Focus: Year-round Interest, Curb Appeal, Mixed Border, Pleasing Seasonal Flow, Small Space
Seasons of Interest: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, Pleasing Seasonal Changes, Three Seasons of Interest, Year-round Interest
Maintenance Level: low