Shrubs

Abelia grandiflora 'Little Richard'
Common Name: Little Richard Abelia
Grows best in partial shade or partial sun to full sun and is a semi-evergreen. This plant tolerates some drought and some salt and will grow in dry soil. Suitable soil is well-drained/loamy, sandy or clay. The pH preference is an acidic to slightly...

Abelia grandiflora 'Rose Creek'
Common Name: Rose Creek Abelia
Rose Creek Abelia likes full sun and will grow only 24-30 inches tall. Blooms well throughout the growing season....

Aucuba japonica
Common Name: Japanese Aucuba
Densely upright-rounded to rounded shrub consisting of a thicket of erect or arching, limitedly branched shoots: always a rather neat and tidy evergreen shrub. -Dirr's...

Aucuba japonica 'Gold Dust'
Common Name: Gold Dust Aucuba
Bold gold varigation, more intense than the usual coloring....

Berberis thunbergii 'Crimson Pygmy'
Common Name: Crimson Pygmy Barberry
Crimson Pygmy has a purple leaf color and grows best in partial shade or partial sun to full sun and is a semi-evergreen. Attractive orange, red and yellow fall colors. Japanese Barberry is thorny, so it's useful for barrier plantings. The plant t...

Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow'
Common Name: Rose Glow Barberry
Dark burgundy rose leaf color with new shoots mottled with light pink. Very pretty! Japanese Barberry is thorny, so it's useful for barrier plantings. Will turn green in shade. This shrub grows slowly but transplants easily. Japanese Barberry can be ...

Buddleia davidii 'Black Knight'
Common Name: Black Knight Butterfly Bush
Butterfly Bush are a wonderful addition to your summer garden. Black Knight becomes covered in 6-8" long panicles of very deep violet to dark purple. A very vigorous grower.A dense canopy of foliage and a generous flower display combine to make But...

Buddleia davidii 'Nanhoe Blue'
Common Name: Nanhoe Blue Butterfly Bush
Mauve blue flowers with 4-6" long panicles. Low fragrance and is a compact grower. Grows best in full sun. A dense canopy of foliage and a generous flower display combine to make Butterflybush a popular item in many southern landscapes. The plant ...

Buddleia davidii 'Pink Delight'
Common Name: Pink Delight Butterflybush
A dutch introduction with true pink flowers that are fragrant, showy and suitable for cut flowers. Panicles are 6-12" long with gray green leaves and a compact growth habit. This plant tolerates some drought and occasional wetness. This plant will ...

Buxus microphylla var. koreana 'Winter Green'
Common Name: Wintergreen Boxwood
Best location partial shade or partial sun to full sun and is an evergreen. This plant tolerates some drought and will grow in dry soil. Suitable soil is well-drained/loamy, sandy or clay. The pH preference is an acidic to slightly alkaline (less th...

Callitropsis leylandii
Common Name: Leyland Cypress
One of our most popular plants. Used throughout the region to acheive a quick screen. An excellent choice to hide unsightly neighbors. In the landscape Leyland Cypress will grow about 3 feet each year which makes it a great choice for projects that n...

Camellia japonica 'Debutante'
Common Name: Debutante Camellia
WOW!! What a wonderful camellia. One of our favorites! Completely double light pink flowers that burst with class. Double peony blooms....

Camellia japonica 'Dr Tinsley'
Common Name: Dr Tinsley Camellia
More like a wild rose than a camellia. This medium sized charmer rings many changes pale pink. The buds are brilliant pink in color and open to semi double blooms of soft pink with deeper shaded edges and occasional petaloids. It is recommended for...

Camellia japonica 'Empress Variegata'
Common Name: Empress Variegated Camellia
A variegated sport of the older Japanese cultivar 'Akashigata'. Particularly valuable in cooler climates as it has an exceptional cold resistance. It has a large semi-double flower of deep pink, marbled white. Though undoubtedly a very old cultiva...

Camellia japonica 'Lady Clare'
Common Name: Lady Clare Camellia
This wonderful camellia was originated by Ito Do'em in Japan and was called Akashigata. It was imported into the US where it was named Lady Clare. It can be traced back to 1859 under its Japanese name, but it is probably older. A fast-growing camel...

Camellia japonica 'Magnoliaeflora'
Common Name: Magnoliaeflora Camellia
Light pink camellia that is cold hardy, with a semi-double bloom....

Camellia japonica 'Pink Perfection'
Common Name: Pink Perfection Camellia
Formal, Double pink flowers...

Camellia oleifera 'Snow Flurry'
Common Name: Snow Flurry Camellia
Small white anemone-form flowers on a vigorous, upright, evergreen bush. Valuable for its scent and autumn flowering. Prefers sheltered site with warmth and light, and well drained neutral/acid soil. This plants flowers around early Autumn....

Camellia oleifera 'Winter's Star'
Common Name: Winter's Star Camellia
Reddish pink, some with white centers, medium size flowers; single. Mid-season; compact upright habit. Dr. William Ackerman of the U.S.D.A. hybridized camellias utilizing C. oleifera as a parent. He selected varieties which were superior from over 2...

Camellia sasanqua 'Jean May'
Common Name: Jean May Camellia
shel pink, semi-double to double, large blooms...

Camellia sasanqua 'Kanjiro'
Common Name: Kanjiro Camellia
Long known in Australia under the name 'Hiryu' this splendid camellia of the C. hiemalis species has since proved to be the original Japanese cultivar 'Kanijiro/ Growing vigorously to a tall bushy shape, it makes an excellent garden subject, whether...

Camellia sasanqua 'Pink Snow'
Common Name: Pink Snow Camellia
Sasanquas tend to be smaller and more refined than japonicas. Pink Snow's flowers are light pink, semi-double, and large....

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Cameo'
Common Name: Cameo Quince
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Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Bright Gold'
Common Name: Bright Gold Cypress
This plant tolerates some drought and a little salt and will grow in dry soil. Suitable soil is well-drained/loamy, sandy or clay. The pH preference is an acidic to slightly alkaline (less than 6.8 to 7.7) soil. Gold Mop Cypress should be grown in ...

Cryptomeria japonica Globosa Nana 'Globosa Nana'
Common Name: Globosa Nana Japenese Cedar
This plant tolerates drought and will grow in very dry soil. Suitable soil is well-drained/loamy, sandy or clay. The pH preference is an acidic to slightly alkaline (less than 6.8 to 7.7) soil. Provide an acid soil and protection from winter winds. ...

Eleagnus pungens 'Glens Compact'
Common Name: Glen's Compact Eleagnus
A more compact version of the species. This cultivar doesn't get as unruly. A great plant to use as a hedge. Glossy green foliage above. Silvery with a hint of brown beneath....

Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey'
Common Name: Brown Turkey Fig
Grown for centuries for the fruit which is absolutely delicious. The large foliage makes a great textural statement in the landscape. Plant in a shrub border for a wonderful coarse texture. Supply plants with plenty of irrigation in dry weather for b...

Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood Gold'
Common Name: Lynwood Gold Forsythia
Forsythia is one of the most common spring flowering shrubs, with its yellow flowers occurring before the leaves appear. Plant in a sunny growing area with a well-drained soil. This rapid grower transplants well and is 8 to 10 feet tall and spreads ...

Gardenia jasminoides 'August Beauty'
Common Name: August Beauty Gardenia
This glossy, dark green, evergreen shrub is well-known for its profusion of waxy, extremely fragrant, pure white blossoms in late spring or early summer. The foliage also is extremely attractive at all times of the year. Working well as a specimen ...

Gardenia jasminoides 'Kleims Hardy'
Common Name: Kleims Hardy Gardenia
This glossy, dark green, evergreen shrub is well-known for its profusion of waxy, extremely fragrant, pure white blossoms in late spring or early summer. The foliage also is extremely attractive at all times of the year. Working well as a specimen ...

Gardenia jasminoides 'Radicans'
Common Name: Radicans Gardenia
A prostrate and spreading or horizontal form of gardenia that has become a favorite. This dwarf cultivar of Gardenia is much different from the species. Trailing Gardenia reaches a height of 2 to 3 feet and can spread 4 to 6 feet. This plant has a...

Gardenia jasminoides 'Radicans Variegated'
Common Name: Variegated Radicans Gardenia
A prostrate and spreading or horizontal form of gardenia that has become a favorite. This dwarf cultivar of Gardenia is much different from the species. Trailing Gardenia reaches a height of 2 to 3 feet and can spread 4 to 6 feet. This plant has a...

Gardenia jasminoides 'Variegata'
Common Name: Variegated Gardenia
Creamy white variegated form with single white flowers that are just as fragrant as the species....

Gelsemium sempervirens
Common Name: Carolina yellow Jessamine
Same nice yellow bloom....

Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva'
Common Name: Tardiva Hydrangea
Somewhat similar to floribunda but the sepals are mostly in 4's compared to 5's. The inflorescence about 6" long. Flowers quite late starting in September. Panicle Hydrangea should be grown in full sun or partial shade on well-drained, moist, lo...

Ilex cornuta 'Burfordii Nana'
Common Name: Dwarf Burford Holly
Growing best in rich, well-drained, slightly acid soil, 'Burford Nana' does well in full sun or part shade. However, flowering and subsequent fruiting is reduced in shady locations. This holly is drought-tolerant and easy to grow once established. ...

Ilex cornuta 'Carissa'
Common Name: Carissa, Chinese Holly
Carissa grows best in rich, well-drained, slightly acid soil,and does well in full sun or part shade. The plant is very drought tolerant, requiring little, if any, irrigation once established in the landscape. Fertilization once or twice is all that ...

Ilex cornuta 'Fine Line'
Common Name: Fine Line Holly
Upright bushy pyramidal-conical form with lustrous dark greenwith yellow-green, translucent rim 1/4" diameter fruits....

Ilex cornuta 'Needlepoint'
Common Name: Needlepoint Holly
Growing best in rich, well-drained, slightly acid soil, 'Needlepoint' does well in full sun or part shade. However, flowering and subsequent fruiting is reduced in shady locations. This holly is drought-tolerant and easy to grow once established. ...

Ilex crenata 'Compacta'
Common Name: Compacta Holly, Japanese Holly
Japanese Hollies are best used in mass groups as low shrubs, low hedges, or tall groundcovers. The compact habit of growth, slow growth rate, and small leaves make these ideal plants for use as clipped, formal hedges. Adjacent plants will often gro...

Ilex crenata 'Helleri'
Common Name: Helleri Holly
Japanese hollies are best used in mass groups as low shrubs, low hedges, or tall groundcovers. The compact habit of growth, slow growth rate, and small leaves make these ideal plants for use as clipped, formal hedges. Adjacent plants will often gro...

Ilex crenata 'Hoogendorn'
Common Name: Hoogendorn Holly
Hoogendorn has a feminine type leaf and grows low, dense, compact and wider than tall. Excellent dark green leaf color...

Ilex crenata 'Sky Pencil'
Common Name: Sky Pencil Holly
Nice accent plant released by the National Arboretum in 1991. It was discovered in the wild near Honshu, Japan. This female cultivar transplants readily and grows well in sun or in partial shade. This plant is considered mostly allergy free and cause...

Ilex crenata 'Soft Touch'
Common Name: Soft Touch Holly
Soft Touch is a dense, compact selection with lustrous dark green leaves with a silver midvein. Flexible branches and soft foliage helped to give it's name. This is a great sub for Helleri, and is becoming very popular....

Ilex crenata 'Steeds'
Common Name: Steeds Holly
Steeds holly has lustrous dark green flat leaves. It has an upright pyramidal habit. Consider using this selection for hedging....

Ilex glabra 'Nigra'
Common Name: Nigra Inkberry Holly
This upright, clump-forming, evergreen shrub is valued for its foliage and fruits. The lustrous, dark green leaves may have a few obtuse teeth toward the leaf apex or they may have entire margins. They are obovate to oblanceolate in shape and may r...

Ilex glabra 'Shamrock'
Common Name: Shamrock Inkberry Holly
Lustrus dark green compact form, slower growing than compacta...

Ilex vomitoria 'Bordeaux'
Common Name: Bordeaux Yaupon Holly
This is a tough, small shrub selected from the southern United States. Yaupon Holly grows quickly in a variety of locations, from full sun or shade to seaside or swamps, in sand or clay. It can adapt to any situation it is planted in. Foliage on this...

Ilex vomitoria 'Schilling's Dwarf'
Common Name: Schillings Dwarf Yaupon
A tough native of the southern United States, Yaupon Holly grows quickly in a variety of locations, from full sun or shade to seaside or swamps, in sand or clay. Crowns will be thin in the shade. It will grow in soil with a pH in the 7's and is ver...

Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens'
Common Name: Nellie R. Stevens Holly
A row of these hollies makes one of the best screens available. Its tight growth habit, even in partial shade, makes it nice along the border of a property to block a view or provide protection from the wind. Place it far enough away from the patio...

Ilex x Oak Leaf 'Oak Leaf Holly'
Common Name: Oak Leaf Holly - Red Holly Hybrid
A Red Holly Hybrid that has an upright habit and bronze new growth that will mature to a bright emerald green. This plant is named for it's leaf that is simialar to an oak leaf....

Itea virginica 'Henry's Garnet'
Common Name: Henry's Garnet Sweetspire
This native is a very nice shrub to add to your moist, wet garden areas. It's summer foliage is very attractive and its fall color is beautiful lasting longer than most other plants fall coloration. It often lasts through the winter in the warmest r...

Juniperus chinensis 'Blue Point'
Common Name: Blue Point Juniper
Pyramidal form with a teardrop outline. Extremely dense branching. Blue green needle and scale-like foliage. Has been know to exceed the estimated 7-8' Mature Spec....

Juniperus chinensis 'Nicks Compact'
Common Name: Nicks Compact Juniper
Nicks compact is a flat topped wide spreading form with green foliage with a slight blue overcast. More needle than scale-like foliage....

Juniperus chinensis 'Sargentii'
Common Name: Sargent's Juniper
Low growing high wide spreading branchlets 4-angled, leaves mostly scale -like in 3's, small & slightly grooved on back. Blue-Green foliage. This variety is resistant to juniper blight. Branches have a whip like appearance...

Juniperus chinensis 'Sea Green'
Common Name: Sea Green Juniper
Compact spreader with fountain-like arching branches and dark mint green foliage. Foliage darkens in cold weather. Growing best in full sun, more open in partial shade, Juniper needs well-drained soil or it will decline from root rot. It tolerate...

Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific'
Common Name: Blue Pacific Juniper
Shore Juniper is valued for its low, spreading growth habit. This moderately slow growing ground cover will be 18 inches or less in height and can spread to about 8 feet. Fruits are rarely produced. The main feature of this ground cover is its sof...

Juniperus davurica 'Expansa'
Common Name: Parson's Juniper
This Juniper eventually grows to about 2-feet-tall in the center of the plant spreading to 12 feet or more in a mounded shape. The fine-textured foliage is borne on stiff branches delivering a soft texture to the landscape. The stiff branches grow ...

Juniperus horizontalis 'Bar Harbor'
Common Name: Bar Harbor Juniper
'Bar Harbor' Juniper makes a fine-textured, dense, slow growing ground cover comprised of bright blue foliage. Foliage changes to a darker, reddish blue during the winter but new growth in the spring emerges blue. Natural habitat is dry and windy ...

Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltonii'
Common Name: Blue Rug Juniper
This Juniper makes a fine-textured, dense, slow growing ground cover comprised of bright blue foliage. Foliage changes to a darker, reddish blue during the winter but new growth in the spring emerges blue. Natural habitat is dry and windy with fu...

Juniperus horizontalis Plumosa 'horizontalis Plumosa Compacta'
Common Name: Andorra Compacta Juniper
Wide spreading awl-shaped and scale-like leaves, blue-green to gray-green, purplish in winter. Over the years this has proven to be one of the most popular junipers....

Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'
Common Name: Dwarf Jap Garden Juniper
This low, wide-spreading ground cover has very fine-textured foliage that hugs the ground. The tallest part of the plant (about 12 inches tall) is usually the center where it was planted. The rest of the plant spreads at 4 to 6 inches above the groun...

Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
Common Name: Blue Star Juniper
A branch sport of 'Meyeri' found in about 1950. It is a slow growing low, rounded, squat plant. It grows about as high as wide. The young foliage is a rich blue. The rich foliage color is attractive. Natural habitat is dry and windy with full ...

Juniperus virginiana 'Grey Owl'
Common Name: Grey Owl Juniper
Soft silvery gray foliage, scale-like leaves, bruised needles smell like a cedar chest. Female cones ripening in one year can be quite handsome and some appear almost blue, and with the waxy bloom appear frosted....

Ligustrum japonicum 'Coriaceum'
Common Name: Dwarf Curly Leaf Japanese Privet - contorted leaf
Distinctly upright in habit and very stiff. Leaves are crowded and seem contorted. Lustrous dark green leaves that are thick and leathery. Curly leaf Privet grows in full sun or partial shade and is tolerant of a wide range of soil types, including c...

Ligustrum japonicum 'Davidson Hardy'
Common Name: Davidson Hardy Japanese Privet
Showing quick growth while young but slowing with age, Tree Ligustrum will grow in full sun or partial shade on various soil types, and is moderately salt-tolerant. The tree seems to thrive on neglect and is used along highways (and not irrigated) as...

Ligustrum japonicum 'Recurvifolium'
Common Name: Curlyleaf Japanese Privet - wavy leaf
A simple evergreen, lustrous dark green, almost black-green leathery leaves. Dense evergreen shrub, can be grown as a small tree. Has perfect, creamy-white, fragrant flowers....

Ligustrum sinense Swift Creek 'Swift Creek'
Common Name: Swift Creek Variegated Chinese Privet
Swift Creek is a chinese type ligustrum. Darker cream color in the varigation....

Loropetalum chinense 'Blush'
Common Name: Blush Loropetalum
A more compact evergreen shrub than Burgundy, without pruning or shaping. It is denser and fuller and new leaves are bronze-red and age to dark olive-green. Leaves are 1 1/2" to 2 1/4" long thick and rough textured. Flowers are rich fuchsia-pink a...

Loropetalum chinense 'Plum Delight'
Common Name: Plum Delight Loropetalum
More compact with excellent reddish purple color under high nutrition and even moisture...

Loropetalum chinense 'Ruby'
Common Name: Ruby Loropetalum
Has a more compact, rounded appearance with shiny ruby red young leaves. Leaves are smaller than the other chinese varieties. Ruby is probably the smallest growing loropetalum available. Great to use for foundation plantings; however, periodical p...

Loropetalum chinense 'ZhuZhou Fuscia'
Common Name: ZhuZhou Loropetalum
Species from ZhuZhou China. One of the most cold hardy of the pink flowering. Deep pink flowers, and blackish maroon leaf color....

Michelia figo
Common Name: Banana Shrub
Wonderful in flower. Flowers are extremely fragrant but are susceptible to cold damage in hardiness zone 8. Banana Shrub is a dense, upright, evergreen shrub. It has lustrous, dark green foliage with brown hairs on the underside. Brown hairs cove...

Nandina domestica
Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo
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Nandina domestica 'Compacta Nana'
Common Name: Gulf Stream Nandina
compact growth, varied winter color...

Nandina domestica 'Firepower'
Common Name: Firepower Nandina
Nandina in partial shade but will exhibit richer-colored red fall foliage if planted in the sun. Foliage diseases will be less in full sun. Although tolerant of drought once established, rich soil and ample moisture will produce a lusher, better-lo...

Nandina domestica 'Harbor Belle'
Common Name: Harbor Belle Nandina
An exciting new dwarf variety introduced by Rushing Nursery. Rich deep green and burgundy color with clusters of bright berries. Requires no pruning. Grows rapidly in sun or shade....

Nandina domestica 'Harbor Dwarf'
Common Name: Harbor Dwarf Nandina
`Harbor Dwarf' Nandina is a dense, compact cultivar of Nandina domestica. It branches from the ground to form a dense mound about 18 -30 inches in height. Dwarf Nandina has smaller leaves and more branches than the species. Small, pink or bronze, ...

Ophiopogon japonicus
Common Name: Mondo Grass
Mondo grass makes a great ground cover or filler for stepping stones and walkways. The flowers are insignificant. Mondo is grown for it's foliage and the nice effect it creates. Must have at least partial shade or shade....

Osmanthus Fragrant Tea Olive 'frangrans'
Common Name: Osmanthus Fragrans
This large evergreen shrub or small tree is capable of reaching 20 to 25 feet in height and width but is most often seen at 10 to 12 feet high with an 8-foot-spread. Older plants grow as wide as tall and develop a vase shape with several main trunks...

Pittosporum tobira 'Wheeler's Dwarf'
Common Name: Wheeler's Dwarf Pittosporum
Wheeleri Pittosporum, also known as 'Wheeler's Dwarf' Pittosporum, is a 3- to 4-foot-tall, evergreen shrub that is rounded in form. This shrub will form a low, compact mound of dark green foliage, but with age it can also be pruned to form a picture...

Rhaphiolepis umbellata 'Snow White'
Common Name: Snow White Indian Hawthorne
A dwarf form with a spreading habit. Pure white flowers adorn this selection from early spring into early summer. Foliage is lighter green that other cultivars and has a good resistance to leaf spot....

Rhododendron x 'Coral Bells'
Common Name: Coral Bells Azalea
A Kurume Hybrid with blooms of coral pink that are small 1/5" diameter hose in hose produced on dwarf, low spreading plants. One that we have grown for many years and is a favorite low growing variety. Blooms early in the spring season....

Rhododendron x 'Delaware Valley White'
Common Name: Delaware Valley White
Large single to semi-double white flower, one of the more common forms in commerce, mid-season. Large medium green leaves....

Rhododendron x 'Elsie Lee'
Common Name: Elsie Lee Azalea
Large frilled lavender pink semi-double flowers with a distinctively different bluish cast  a favorite because of its unique coloring and petal configuration and blooms in late spring. Has orange-red and yellow fall leaves....

Rhododendron x 'Formosa'
Common Name: Formosa Azalea
A Southern Indica variety that blooms a beautiful 3" magenta hue with deep blotch. An evergreen with a large upright habit that is a wonderful variety that is very popular. Some gardeners will call all Southern Indica varieties the catch all term ...

Rhododendron x 'G. G. Gerbing'
Common Name: GG Gerbing Azalea
Pure white single 3" diamter blooms. An evergreen Southern Indica type that is more cold hardy than the typical Southern Indica....

Rhododendron x 'George L. Taber'
Common Name: George Taber Azalea
Flowers in spring with light pink with darker tone center stripes. Acidic soil in light to medium shade, protected from winds, is an ideal location for these Azaleas. Plants grow fine with several hours of direct sun but grow best in filtered shade...

Rhododendron x 'Girard's Rose'
Common Name: Girard's Rose Azalea
This azalea has rose colored 2 1/2" to 3" flowers. Glossy deep green foliage that turns red in the fall....

Rhododendron x 'Helen Curtis'
Common Name: Helen Curtis Azalea
A small growing compact hardy azalea. Double white blooms....

Rhododendron x 'Pink Ruffles'
Common Name: Pink Ruffles Azalea
Pink Ruffles is a Rutherford hybrid, and is an evergreen spring bloomer. Rutherford hybrids generally reach a height of 2-4 feet and do best with afternoon shade. Pink Ruffles has a pink-violet hose in hose flower with a semi-double bloom that are 2"...

Spiraea japonica 'Gold Mound'
Common Name: Gold Mound Spirea
Goldmound has yellow foliage and pink blooms. Spirea grows best in full sun or high shifting shade. Plants receiving less than 4 or 5 hours of direct sun become thin and flower poorly. Plant on 4 to 5-foot centers to form a mass planting. As with oth...

Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess'
Common Name: Little Princess Spiraea
Deep pink flowers, fast growing...

Spiraea japonica 'Neon Flash'
Common Name: Neon Flash Spiraea
'Anthony Waterer' type red flowers...

Spiraea prunifolia
Common Name: Bridalwreath Spiraea
double white flowers...

Spiraea x bumalda 'Magic Carpet'
Common Name: Magic Carpet Spiraea
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Taxus cuspidata Densa 'cuspidata Densa'
Common Name: Dense Japanese Yew
Short-stalked low shrub, two times as broad as tall with extremely dark green leaves. Prefers a moist, sandy loam, must be well-drained. Excellent for many purposes; foundation plantins, hedges, screens, bonsai, bank covers....

Taxus x media Hicksii 'x media Hicksii'
Common Name: Hicks Anglojap Yew
Needles are lustrous dark green above, lighter green beneath, similar to the Irish Yew but more hardy. Failry narrow in youth becoming fatter with age. Depending on the cultivar, may be used for hedges, screens, foundations, and mass plantings....

Ternstroemia gymnanthera
Common Name: Japanese Cleyera
Cleyera is tolerant of full sun but grows best in partial shade in rich, moisture-retentive but well-drained, acid soil. Foliage size and shape and glossiness vary greatly from one plant to the next. The leaves will turn yellow if the soil is alkalin...

Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd (Emerald)'
Common Name: Emerald Arborvitae
Exposure should be partial shade or partial sun to full sun and is an evergreen This plant tolerates some drought, flooding and a little salt and will grow in dry to wet or submerged soil. Suitable soil is well-drained/loamy, sandy or clay. The p...

Thuja occidentalis 'Woodwardii'
Common Name: Woodward's Dwarf Arborvitae
This arborvitae is a globe shaped shrub that is wider than it is tall. Foliage is dark green but will turn brown in winter....

Vaccinium ashei 'Tifblue'
Common Name: Rabbiteye Blueberry
Blueberries need full sun and moist, very acid soil. A well drained soil with plenty of organic matter incorporated into the soil is best. The soil should be between 4.5 and 5.5. They will not tolerate salt spray, and will not grow in the Tropical...

Viburnum awabuki 'Chindo'
Common Name: Chindo Viburnum
Rapidly becoming a replacement for many overused screen type plants. Wonderful foliage color all year long. Large, leathery, medium to light green, highly lustrous leaves. The shiny leaves are quite distinctive from the dull, dark green, blunt-tip ...
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