Carol
Carol
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  • Argyle, TX

I'm sure someone will know what these shrubs are


Will be relocating these but so glad I waited. I had no idea they'd be this pretty. I'd like to know what they are and check out their needs before giving a few to my cousin. As usual,
thanks for your help!

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  • Melissa K
    on May 4, 2012

    dwarf gardenias. Very sweet. can stem root. But they need partial shade to some full sun and little else besides dirt and water. Do very well in all soil types. I love these!

  • Rivelle Rogue
    on Jun 9, 2015

    Looks like Gardenia. They have a waxy leaf and boy what an aroma!

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