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SHRUBS

Azaleas are flowering shrubs in the genus Rhododendron, particularly the former sections Tsutsusi and Pentanthera. Azaleas bloom in the spring, their flowers often lasting several weeks. Shade tolerant, they prefer living near or under trees. They are part of the family Ericaceae.

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Hibiscus syriacus is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is native to Korea, and south-central and southeast China, but widely introduced elsewhere, including much of Asia. It was given the epithet syriacus because it had been collected from gardens in Syria.

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Myrtus is a genus of flowering plants in the family Myrtaceae. It was first described by Swedish botanist Linnaeus in 1753. Over 600 names have been proposed in the genus, but nearly all have either been moved to other genera or been regarded as synonyms.

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Gardenia is an evergreen shrub, typically hardy in USDA Zones 8 to 11, that's beloved for intoxicatingly fragrant, creamy white flowers and thick, glossy leaves. Thanks to smart breeding, some newer varieties are known to be hardy to Zone 7 or even Zone 6.

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Grey Owl Junipers bring color to your landscape. Enjoy year-round, light blue color with no maintenance. Grey Owl Junipers are a very hardy Juniper that is insect and disease resistant. It intensifies the color of your landscape and brings it to life.

Grey Owl Junipers really compliment red color shrubs and trees. Install the Grey Owl Juniper behind, or near The reds and blues go great together.

Junipers love sun. So don't worry about the heat, this shrub will thrive in the sun. Grey Owl Junipers can be planted individually or in groups of three or more. They also make great hedges. We like to make s-shaped hedges with Grey Owl Junipers. They will reach 3-4 feet tall and up to 6 feet wide.

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Indian hawthorn is a dense, rounded, mounding broadleaf evergreen shrub that grows 4 to 6 feet tall and equally as wide. In the spring, small fragrant white or pink flowers are born on panicles that cover the shrub. Dark berries appear after flowering and persist through the winter months.

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Juniperus horizontalis, the creeping juniper or creeping cedar, is a low-growing shrubby juniper native to northern North America, throughout most of Canada from Yukon east to Newfoundland, and in some of the northern United States.

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A widely used landscape plant in warmer climates, oleander is grown for its carefree habit and attractive star-shaped flowers that bloom nearly year-round.

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Loropetalum, also called Chinese fringe flower, are evergreen, multi-stemmed shrubs of broadleaf variety that are most well-known for their delicate, fragrant blooms. Aside from their frilly flowers, the foliage of loropetalum is also of interest, changing colors throughout the year from hues of red to deep green. Plant these medium to fast-growing shrubs in the fall for clusters of subtly fragrant flowers in the spring.

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Dwarf Yaupon Holly is a dense multi-stemmed evergreen shrub with a mounded form. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage.This is a relatively low maintenance shrub, and is best pruned in late winter once the threat of extreme cold has passed.

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Zones 8-11Height 10 Feet, Spread 6 feetVariegated Chinese Privet, Ligustrum japonicum Variegatum, has glossy, green and white leaves that makes this a striking deciduous shrub as a specimen, for hedges, screens or foundation plantings. Small, white flowers on showy panicles appear in spring or summer, followed by glossy fruit.Variegated Chinese Privet CarePlant in well-drained soil. Water regularly to establish and thereafter weekly.

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Leucophyllum frutescens is an evergreen shrub in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae, native to the U.S. state of Texas, where it is the official "State Native Shrub of Texas", and to the states of Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas in northern Mexico.

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Nandina domestica commonly known as nandina, heavenly bamboo or sacred bamboo, is a species of flowering plant in the family Berberidaceae, native to eastern Asia from the Himalayas to Japan. It is the only member of the monotypic genus Nandina.

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Buxus is a genus of about seventy species in the family Buxaceae. Common names include box or boxwood.

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The Sunshine Ligustrum from the Southern Living Plant Collection completely reinvents the traditional Privet! It's coveted for its vibrant golden-yellow, evergreen foliage. This is a true landscaping treasure, and once you know it, you'll recognize it wherever you see it. New growth emerges as a delicate lime green, which does a phenomenal job of awakening the landscape from its winter slumber.

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Pittosporum is a genus of about 200 species of flowering plants in the family Pittosporaceae. The genus is probably Gondwanan in origin; its present range extends from Australasia, Oceania, eastern Asia and some parts of Africa. Citriobatus can be included here, but might be a distinct genus.

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Vitex agnus-castus, also called vitex, chaste tree, chasteberry, Abraham's balm, lilac chastetree, or monk's pepper, is a native of the Mediterranean region. It is one of the few temperate-zone species of Vitex, which is on the whole a genus of tropical and subtropical flowering plants.

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Spiraea prunifolia, commonly called bridalwreath spirea, is a species of the genus Spiraea, sometimes also spelled Spirea. It flowers mid-spring, around May 5th, and is native to Japan, Korea, and China. It is sometimes cultivated as a garden plant elsewhere.

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Liriope is a genus of low, grass-like flowering plants from East and Southeast Asia. Some species are often used in landscaping in temperate latitudes. It may be called lilyturf in North America, although it is neither a true grass nor a lily.

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Muhlenbergia capillaris, commonly known as the hairawn muhly, is a perennial sedge-like plant that grows to be about 30–90 cm tall and 60–90 cm wide. The plant includes a double layer; green, leaf-like structures surround the understory, and purple-pink flowers outgrow them from the bottom up.

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Cortaderia selloana is a species of flowering plant in the Poaceae family. It is referred to by the common name pampas grass, and is native to southern South America, including the Pampas region after which it is named.

Ilex cornuta, commonly known as Chinese holly or horned holly, is a slow-growing, densely foliaged evergreen shrub in the Aquifoliaceae plant family. It is native to eastern China and Korea and attains a height of about 3 metres. The leaves are usually 5-spined, between 3.5 cm and 10 cm long, oblong and entire. 

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Berberis thunbergii, the Japanese barberry, Thunberg's barberry, or red barberry,[1] is a species of flowering plant in the barberry family Berberidaceae, native to Japan and eastern Asia, though widely naturalized in China and North America, where it has become a problematic invasive in many places, leading to declines in species diversity, increased tick habitat, and soil changes.[2][3][4] Growing to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) tall by 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in) broad, it is a small deciduous shrub with green leaves turning red in the autumn, brilliant red fruits in autumn and pale yellow flowers in spring.

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Cleyera is a plant genus consisting of 21 species of tender, evergreen shrubs to small trees, mostly native to Mexico and Central America, and one from Eastern Asia. In the APG III system it is placed in the family Pentaphylacaceae.

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Ilex cornuta, commonly known as Chinese holly or horned holly, is a slow-growing, densely foliaged evergreen shrub in the Aquifoliaceae plant family. It is native to eastern China and Korea and attains a height of about 3 metres. The leaves are usually 5-spined, between 3.5 cm and 10 cm long, oblong and entire.

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Looking for a dwarf, easy care evergreen shrub that flowers and provides year long color. Kaleidoscope is as versatile as it is colorful, with chameleon-like foliage that changes with the seasons, from golden yellow in spring to orange-red in fall.

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Osmanthus fragrans, variously known as sweet osmanthus, sweet olive, tea olive, and fragrant olive, is a species native to Asia from the Himalayas through the provinces of Guizhou, Sichuan and Yunnan in Mainland China, Taiwan, southern Japan and Southeast Asia as far south as Cambodia and Thailand.

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Taxus cuspidata, the Japanese yew or spreading yew, is a member of the genus Taxus, native to Japan, Korea, northeast China and the extreme southeast of Russia. It is an evergreen tree or large shrub growing to 10–18 m tall, with a trunk up to 60 cm diameter.

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Viburnum opulus, the guelder-rose or guelder rose is a species of flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae native to Europe, northern Africa and central Asia. 

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Sky Pencil Holly was first introduced back in 1985 by the U.S. National Arboretum, and has increased in popularity in the landscape industry with each passing year. This Holly cultivar is not known for berries, and does not have the type of foliage one would normally associate with the word "holly" - there are no prickly, pointy, needles or spines to the foliage of Sky Pencil at all. In fact, the foliage is rather small, oval shaped........somewhat similar to that of Boxwood, but with more of a glossy finish to it.

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Ilex glabra, also known as Appalachian tea, dye-leaves, evergreen winterberry, gallberry, and inkberry, is a species of evergreen holly native to the coastal plain of eastern North America, from coastal Nova Scotia to Florida and west to Louisiana where it is most commonly found in sandy woods and peripheries of swamps and bogs. Ilex glabra is often found in landscapes of the middle and lower East Coast of the United States. It typically matures to 5–8 ft (1.5–2.4 m) tall, and can spread by root suckers to form colonies. It normally is cultivated as an evergreen shrub in USDA zones 6 to 10.

IN PROGRESS

Over the course of the next few months we'll be adding more and more of our in-store plants to our website to reflect our inventory. In the mean time, come by and see all that we have in the greenhouse and along the shrub and tree lines!  

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