Osmanthus americanus Devilwood 1gallon

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Osmanthus americanus (Devilwood) very uncommon evergreen landscape shrub for those seeking something different; fragrant white spring flowers give way to dark blue fall drupes. (Zone 6-9)

SIZE: 1gallon


  • 5
    Plants taller than previously reviewed

    Posted by Kit on May 12th 2022

    The plants I received weren't just 1' high, they were 2 1/2' high.

  • 5
    Great plants

    Posted by Kit on May 10th 2022

    I received 4 healthy, sturdy 1’high plants. This is a great native evergreen plant, that can handle Sun, shade, part shade, wet feet, or drought. It gets big! My understanding is it’s hard to grow from seeds or cuttings, so I’m very appreciative of the nursery growing these.

  • 5
    It's a very healthy looking plant.

    Posted by rcd on May 4th 2022

    very happy with the size of this plant

  • 5
    great quality, as always

    Posted by Roxana R on Nov 20th 2021

    Great size for the price and the plants arrived healthy, with a great root system.

  • 5
    healthy small tree, ready for planting

    Posted by Michael on Nov 11th 2021

    I was pleased with the way this 1 gallon seedling was packed. Very well protected. The plant was healthy and has taken to its new home very well after planting. This review is written one week after receipt, so it remains to be seen how the plant does long term and whether it flowers. Excited to see!

  • 5
    great quality

    Posted by Roxana on Sep 29th 2020

    Great quality and pretty large size.

  • 5
    Good sized and doing very well!

    Posted by Hughes on May 31st 2020

    I love the smell of osmanthus flowers and wanted the only American native version in my garden. I received a healthy 2 ft sized plant with multiple branches; excellent size for price and not common among mail order nurseries. The leaves blend in with many other plants; I've tucked mine into a hedge. It's in heavily compacted clay on top of a steep slope and under a mature silver maple (aggressive root system) and yet has already put on several inches of growth! For reference, I'm in zone 6b, humidity and 90* degree summers, cold winters with no snow cover.