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  • Southern Sugar Maple

    Known as a southern sugar maple, this tree is heat tolerant with fall foliage that ranges from yellow to scarlet.  Grows best in full sun but will tolerate some shade.  Use as a shade or street tree and expect moderat

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    20 -25 ft
    20 -30 ft
  • Redpointe Red Maple

    Introduced by Schmidt Nursery in 2006. This selection has improved branch angles with less co-dominance producing a better central leader. Red fall color.

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    30 -35 ft
  • Armstrong Maple

    A distinctly upright and fast growing shade tree.  An excellent choice for a narrow area.  Yellow to orange yellow fall color.

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    40 -60 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Autumn Blaze Maple

    A fast-growing shade tree with outstanding red foliage in the fall. Well adapted to the heat of the southeast and has the best red fall color of any of the maples

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    30 -40 ft
  • Five Leaf Akebia

    Great for training on a fence, arbor or walls, but also good as ground cover in shady woodland gardens.

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    20 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Azalea Encore® Autumn Rouge™

    Autumn Rouge Azalea features dark green foliage and deep red-pink blooms.

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    6-9
    4 -5 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Dura-heat River Birch

    A native tree that is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Exfoliating bark adds interest to landscape.

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    40 -50 ft
    16 -35 ft
  • Heritage River Birch

    A native tree that is tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Exfoliating bark adds interest to landscape.

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    16 -35 ft
  • Tangerine Beauty Crossvine

    Vigorous, highly adaptable vine with large orange showy flowers.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Blue Heaven Buddleia

    Low growing Buddleia with blue flowers accented against silver foliage makes this a good choice for any landscape site with sun.

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    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Pugster Blue Butterfly Bush

    This new dwarf butterfly bush stays compact and has beautiful blue-lavender flowers.

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    5a-9b
    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Tutti Fruitti Butterfly Bush

    Spectacular pink flowers that will bloom all season long.

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    5-9
    24 -30 in
    24 -30 in
  • Black Knight Buddleia

    Dark purple flowers accent a background of green foliage on this large, flowering plant. Will bloom continuously through the summer if spent flowers are removed.

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    5 -10 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Ellen's Blue Buddleia

    Fragrant blue flowers against dark green foliage on a large plant, makes this one of our favorites. 

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    4 -5 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Petite Indigo Butterfly Bush

    Dark lavender flowers on a moderate growing Butterfly Bush with finer-textured foliage. A good choice for summer long interest in the landscape.

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    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Pink Delight Buddleia

    Pink flowers against gray-green foliage with a long blooming period.  Responds well to pruning.

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    5-10
    5 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • White Bouquet Butterfly Bush

    Large growing dense plant with an abundance of fragrant white flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds.

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    5 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Highlander Boxwood

    One of the fastest growing Boxwoods available. Highlander is upright and moderately narrow.

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    5-9
    6 -7 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Karl Foerster Reed Grass

    A versatile ornamental grass with purplish plumes and deep green foliage. 

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    4-10
    3 -5 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Leyland Cypress

    This is the largest and fastest growing evergreens used for screening and can be used where an 'instant' screen is needed.

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    5-9
    40 -70 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Kick Off Camellia

    Large flowers with pink and white stripes. This upright grower is vigorous and upright with dark green glossy leaves.

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    7-9
    6 -8 in
    4 -6 in
  • Autumn Rocket Camellia

    Upright, columnar Camellia with white anemone blooms.

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    8 -10 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Royal Intrigue Camellia

    Vigorous Camellia with an open, arching habit. This variety blooms late with large semi-double red flowers.

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    7-9
    6 -8 ft
    4 -6 in
  • First Choice Caryopteris

    A great compact selection of Caryopteris.

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    5-9
    2 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Grand Bleu Caryopteris

    Compact, drought tolerant plant that does best in full sun.

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    2 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Bill's Blue Deodara Cedar

    Slightly slower-growing than the species, this cultivar has pleasing blue green foliage during the summer.

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    40 -50 ft
    15 -25 ft
  • Henryii Clematis
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    8 -12 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Ragin' Red Dogwood

    Dark red blooms on this native dogwood.

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    15 -20 ft
  • Radicans Cryptomeria

    Fast growing Japanese Cedar with dark evergreen foliage and pyramidal habit.

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    25 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Yoshino Cryptomeria

    Large fast growing evergreen tree that is frequently used in screen plantings.  This plant grows best in sun

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    5-7
    30 -40 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Blue Pyramid Arizona Cypress

    Beautiful silver blue foliage, more finely textured than Blue Ice.  Prefers it hot and dry.

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    20 -25 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Carolina Sapphire Arizona Cypress

    Beautiful silver blue foliage, more finely textured than Blue Ice.  Prefers it hot and dry.

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    30 -40 ft
    10 -14 ft
  • Silverthorn

    This hardy plant makes a great screen,, somewhat irregular in appearance but becomes an impenetrable hedge in time. Silver gray foliage and fragrant flowers are a plus for this screen plant.

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    6 -12 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Gateway Joe-Pye Weed

    Beautiful native perennial with dark red stems and clusters of fuschia pink flowering heads.

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    4 -6 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Chocolate Joe-Pye Weed

    This native perennial has dark black-green leaves and plentiful white flowers. Tolerates wet areas.

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    3 -5 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Lynwood Gold Forsythia

    An excellent choice for a border or mass planting, the bright show of yellows flowers in mass are breathtaking.    

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    5 -10 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Strawberry Candy Daylily

    Beautiful rose pink flowers with a dark red center. 

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    1 -2 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Needlepoint Holly

    Tough, tall evergreen ideal for the shrub border or as hedge. Heat and drought tolerant. 

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    8 -10 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Gerald Darby Iris

    Clumping and upright, this native Iris sends up purple shoots in the early spring which fade to green. Violet-blue flowers.

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    2 -3 ft
    1 -3 ft
  • Wax Leaf Ligustrum

    Easy-to-grow shrub and very versatile.

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    8 -10 ft
    5 -7 ft
  • Excelsum Superbum Privet

    A large growing privet with creamy variegated foliage.

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    15 -30 ft
    15 -30 ft
  • Sunshine Privet

    Low-growing shrub to be enjoyed year around.

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    4 -6 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Variegated Privet

    Adds form, adaptability and color contrast to the landscape.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
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    40 -70 ft
    30 -35 ft
  • Slender Silhouette Sweetgum

    A truly remarkable Sweetgum that stays columnar in form, typically spreading no wider than 6'.

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    5-9
    40 -60 in
    6 -8 in
  • Creeping Liriope

    Vigorous ground cover with lavender flowers followed by black berries. 

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    5-11
    12 -18 in
    12 -18 in
  • Cerise Charm Loropetalum

    This exciting new Loropetalum cultivar keeps its bright purple-burgundy foliage year round.

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    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Dark Fire Loropetalum

    Evergreen shrub with dark purple almost black foliage

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    5 -6 ft
    5 -6 ft
 
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