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  • Canyon Creek Abelia

    An easy-care plant with long-blooming pinkish flowers all season.

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    6-9
    3 -6 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Peach Perfection Abelia

    Brand new Abelia from Star Roses and Plants with multi-color orange, yellow, and green foliage. During the summer months it flowers white surrounde

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    6-9
    3 -4 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Radiance Abelia

    This brand new Abelia has creamy white and yellow-green variegated foliage and grows in a tight, compact mound.

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    6-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Rose Creek Glossy Abelia

    This is a dense lower-growing form of Abelia with good leaf retention during the winter.

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    6-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Sunrise Glossy Abelia

    A brightly colored plant that grows best in part shade.  Slow growth habit.

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    6-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Beni Kawa Coral Bark Maple

    An upright growing Japanese Maple displaying interesting coral-colored bark and stems creating winter interest.

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    5-8
    12 -15 ft
    12 -15 ft
  • Bloodgood Japanese Maple

    The most popular of all Japanese Maple with purple red foliage in summer and crimson foliage in fall.

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    5-8
    12 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Emperor 1 Japanese Maple

    Dark purple foliage on this Japanese Maple makes it stand out from other purple cultivars.

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    12 -18 ft
    15 -18 ft
  • Sango Kaku Japanese Maple

    Coral bark Japanese maple with bright red stems during the spring and winter.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Shirazz Japanese Maple
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    5-8
    10 -15 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Wild Fire Coral Bark Maple

    Stunning Coral Bark maple that offers a gradient of yellow-orange-red along the tree's trunk and branches.

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    5-9
    15 -20 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Crimson Queen Japanese Maple

    Delicate, red foliage and weeping growth habit make this a beautiful focal point in any garden or small area.

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    5 -10 ft
    10 -12 ft
  • Orangeola Japanese Maple

    This orange to red weeping, cutleaf maple has a slightly faster growth rate with improved fall color.

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    5 -10 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Tamukeyama Japanese Maple

    A heat tolerant Japanese Laceleaf Maple with purplish red foliage.  Similar to Crimson Queen, but slightly faster growing.

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    5-8
    5 -8 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Green Cutleaf Japanese Maple
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    6 -8 ft
    8 -10 ft
  • Ogon Sweet Flag

    Outstanding grass for use as ground cover. Deer resistant.

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    5-11
    10 -12 in
    4 -6 in
  • 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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    5-8
    20 -40 ft
    10 -15 ft
  • Cast Iron Plant

    Great choice for shady areas.  Clumping plant can add interesting texture to a planting

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    7-11
    2 -3 ft
    1 -2 ft
  • Japanese Painted Fern

    Great fern to add some color to dark shady location.

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    3-8
    10 -24 in
    10 -24 in
  • Crotonifolia Aucuba

    Excellent variegated Aucuba that grows faster than most varieties.

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    5 -8 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Hosoba Hoshifu Aucuba

    Hosoba Hoshifu is a stunning selection of Aucuba with long, narrow serrated foliage that is speckled with golden white hues.

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    4 -6 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Marmorata Aucuba

    Aucuba japonica 'Marmorata' is a bright yellow with green leafed shade plant. A great way to accent a woodland garden.

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    6 -8 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • The Robe Azalea

    White-cream edged foliage make this variegated Azalea stand out among the rest. Topped with a fuchsia pink flower, The Robe is a spectacular specimen plant or colorful mass planting.

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    6-9
    2 -4 ft
    2 -4 ft
  • Golden Barberry

    Striking yellow foliage from this Barberry can liven up any border or foundation planting.

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    3 -4 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Rose Glow Barberry

    A moderate sized barberry with multi-colored foliage. Works well where a taller growing plant is needed.

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    4-8
    3 -5 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass #1

    Compact ornamental grass that provides cool-season interest with its flower heads the persist through the winter.

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    4-9
    1 -2 ft
    1 -2 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
  • Pugster Pink® Butterfly Bush

    This pink flowering butterfly bush stays small and compact.

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    5a-9b
    1 -2 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Pugster White® Butterfly Bush

    Compact butterfly bush with large white flowers.

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    5a-9b
    1 -2 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Summer Sips™ Sangria

    This dwarf Buddleia has dark fuchsia blooms. The plant retains a compact, mounded habit.

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    5-10
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 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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    5-9
    5 -10 ft
    4 -5 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
  • Golden Dream Boxwood

    This new dwarf Japanese boxwood has bright yellow-green variegated foliage. The plant is slow growing and produces a nice rounded shape.

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    6-9
    2 -2 ft
    2 -2 ft
  • Gold Rider Leyland Cypress

    A golden hued version of the common Leyland Cypress, Gold Rider is a great focal point in the landscape.

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    15 -20 ft
    8 -12 ft
  • Greensboro Red Camellia

    A great, early-blooming, camellia with light red flowers is deserving of a prominent place in the landscape.

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    7-9
    6 -10 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Jack's Camellia

    Perfect double pink flowers stand out on this exceptional, upright Camellia japonica.

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    7-9
    6 -12 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • JC Raulston Camellia

    A great, early-blooming, camellia with ruffled, anemone-like flowers is deserving of a prominent place in the landscape.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -8 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
  • Kramer's Supreme Camellia

    A great, early-blooming, camellia with peony-like flowers is deserving of a prominent place in the landscape.

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    6 -10 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Kumasaka Camellia

    Kumasaka Camellia features large double rose-pink flowers.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
  • Lady Clare Camellia

    Lady Clare's semi double rose-pink flowers contrast well with its glossy green foliage.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
  • Nuccio's Cameo Camellia

    Nuccio's Cameo features a stunning large light pink flower.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
  • Pearl Maxwell Camellia

    Large double pink flowering evergreen shrub.

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    6 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Pope Pius IX Camellia

    'Pope Pius IX' is a red formal, double flowering Camellia that blooms in mid to late winter.

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    10 -12 ft
    5 -10 ft
  • Seafoam Camellia

    Fast growing camellia with large double white flowers that really pop against the dark glossy green foliage.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
  • Victory White Camellia

    Bright white paeonia-like flowers contrast the dark green foliage of this vigorous Camellia.

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    8 -10 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Alabama Beauty™ Sasanqua

    Southern Living selection. Deep, vibrant red flowers.

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    6 -10 ft
    5 -6 ft
 
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