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  • Crown Jewel Gardenia

    This hardy Gardenia is a cross between 'Kleim's Hardy' and 'Chuck Hayes'. It provides profuse, fragrant, double flowers in summer.

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    7-10
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Fragrant Pathways Gardenia

    White flowers against delicately shaped foliage distinguish from the other gardenias.  It is a great choice in a sheltered area where it can be used as a ground cover or as a low growing shrub.

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    7-10
    1 -2 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Frostproof Gardenia

    Larger growing than Trailing Gardenia, but with the same attractive foliage and fragrant white flowers.

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    7-11
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Golden Pathway Gardenia

    This variegated Gardenia has similiar leaves and growth habit of Fragrant Pathways. Expect a beautiful, compact gardenia with white flowers sitting on top of creamy golden leaves.

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    7-10
    1 -2 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Kleim's Hardy Gardenia

    More cold hardy than most gardenias with smaller flowers, but equal in fragrance.  Slightly smaller growing than most gardenias and easily managed in the landscape.

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    7-11
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Trailing Gardenia

    A low-growing gardenia with fragrant white flowers.  This works well in plantings where a smaller size is desired.  Like all gardenias it is recommended to plant in a sheltered area.

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    8-11
    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Swamp Jessamine

    This evergreen vine blooms heavily in the spring and in the fall with sporadic yellow flowers during the summer.  Grows slightly slower than Carolina Jasmine.

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    7-9

    10 -20 ft
  • Carolina Jessamine

    This native twining vine has fragrant yellow flowers in the spring.  Hardy and easily grown in just about any conditions.

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    7-9
    10 -20 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Margarita Carolina Jessamine

    Easy to grow climbing vine with sweet smelling bright yellow flowers.

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    7-9
    10 -20 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Sky Tower Ginkgo

    Narrow form cultivar of this slow growing native

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    3-8
    15 -20 ft
    6 -10 ft
  • Carolina Silver Bell

    A native tree with features that decorate the landscape all season.  

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    4-8
    20 -30 ft
    20 -35 ft
  • Jersey Belle Carolina Silverbell

    This native flowering tree can tolerate shade.

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    5-8
    20 -25 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Witch Hazel

    Wonderful native shrub/ tree that can be used in shrub borders, or as a specimen planting.

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    15 -20 ft
    15 -20 ft
  • Little Grapette Daylily

    Dark purple flowering daylily.

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  • Aphrodite Rose of Sharon

    A tall shrub with long-blooming ruffled flowers. Pretty and reliably tough once established.

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    5-9
    6 -10 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Azurri Blue Satin® Rose of Sharon

    One of the best blue flowering Rose of Sharon.

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    5-9
    8 -12 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Blue Bird Rose of Sharon

    A shrub with showy, blue flowers and dark eye. Pretty and reliably tough once established.

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    5-9
    6 -10 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Diana Rose of Sharon

    Beautiful, long-blooming shrub with large white flowers. 

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    5-9
    6 -10 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Blue Angel Hosta

    One of the largest blue foliage Hostas available.

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    3-9
    2 -3 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • Halcyon Hosta

    This slow growing hosta has beautiful blue-green foliage.

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    3-8
    1 -2 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Paul's Glory Hosta

    Wonderful yellow leaves with a wide green margin.

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    4-8
    12 -15 in
    18 -24 in
  • Patriot Hosta

    'Patriot' is one of the tougher Hostas with its ability to handle the heat.

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    4-8
    12 -15 in
    18 -24 in
  • Annabelle Hydrangea

    This shrub will provide loads of flowers to dress up the landscape and the table.

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    4-9
    4 -8 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • All Summer Beauty Hydrangea

    Large-leaved mophead type that blooms on old and new wood, extending the bloom time. 

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    5-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Blue Cassell Hydrangea

    Compact shrub that is a lacecap type that blooms on old and new wood, extending the bloom time. 

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    5-8
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Blue Wave Hydrangea

    Large-leaved lacecap type that blooms on old wood, and still has a long bloom period. 

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    6-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Bottstein Hydrangea

    Large-leaved mophead type is ideal for summer bouquets. Color varies with soil pH.

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    5-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Cherry Explosion Hydrangea

    Bright red flowers explode with color on this lacecap Hydrangea.

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    4-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • L.A. Dreamin'® Hydrangea

    A hydrangea that provides different colored flowers on just one plant without the influence of fertilizer.

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    5-10
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Nantucket Blue™ Hydrangea

    This reblooming hydrangea has a mounding, compact habit that does well in part sun or dappled shade.

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    4-7
    4 -6 ft
    4 -6 ft
  • Nikko Blue Hydrangea

    Big-leaved, mophead type produces loads of flowers for long period.

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    5-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Penny Mac Hydrangea

    Large-leaved mophead type that will rebloom after pruning.

     

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    5-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Wedding Gown Hydrangea

    Lacecap type with pure white flowers perfect for summer bouquets.

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    5-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Bobo® Hydrangea

    Dwarf Hydrangea that is covered in large white blooms during the summer months. Blooms fade to pink.

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    30 -36 in
    36 -48 in
  • Fire & Ice Hydrangea

    This paniculata Hydrangea has a flower that change from white to pink to red throughout the season.

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    3-8
    3 -6 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Limelight Hydrangea

    Large shrub with non-stop flowers late summer to fall that change from lime green to pink.

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    3-9
    6 -8 ft
    6 -8 ft
  • Little Lime® Hydrangea

    A compact 'Limelight' with the same flower power and beauty.

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    3-9
    3 -5 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Moon Dance® Hydrangea

    Great hydrangea choice for full to part sun. Profuse, large, white blooms in summer to fall.

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    4-9
    6 -8 ft
    4 -5 ft
  • White Wedding® Hydrangea

    A paniculata Hydrangea from Southern Living, White Wedding has large, white blooming flower heads. Excellent choice for specimen planting.

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    4-8
    4 -6 ft
    3 -5 ft
  • Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea

    This native oakleaf Hydrangea has loads of white, panicle flowers and interesting foliage for the woodland garden. Tolerates full sun.

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    5-9
    5 -8 ft
    5 -8 ft
  • Pee Wee Oakleaf Hydrangea

    A compact oakleaf hydrangea perfect for small woodland gardens.

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    5-9
    3 -4 ft
    30 -36 in
  • Hidcote St. John's Wort

    Height of plant will vary with the region. Dies to the ground in winter in the north.

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    5-8
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Dwarf Burfordi Holly

    Compact, but still large evergreen shrub with red berries. More berries are produced with a pollenizer.

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    7-9
    8 -12 ft
    5 -8 ft
  • Carissa Holly

    Compact shrub with glossy green leaves with spines on the tips. 

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    7-9
    24 -36 in
    4 -5 ft
  • Adorned Japanese Holly

    This bright yellow Japanese Holly stays low to the ground and requires very little maintenance.

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    6a-9b
    2 -3 ft
    2 -3 ft
  • Chesapeake Japanese Holly

    This holly produces black berries that are greatly appreciated by birds and persist into winter. 

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    6 -8 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Compacta Japanese Holly

    Very dense branching and compact making this shrub ideal for either formal or informal settings.  Prefers acidic soil.

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    5-9
    3 -4 ft
    3 -4 ft
  • Golden Soft Touch Japanese Holly

    This sport of Soft Touch has bright yellow foliage.

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    5-9
    2 -3 ft
    3 -4 ft
 
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