Azalea indica ‘Red Formosa’ Red Formosa Azalea

Azalea indica ‘Red Formosa’ is in the Southern Indian or Indica group of Azaleas. These Azaleas are spring blooming and the foliage is evergreen. These Azaleas have an upright growth habit and are the best choice for a high light area. The Red Formosa blooms reddish-purple single 3 inch diameter flowers during the spring.

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Azalea indica ‘George L. Taber’ George L. Taber Azalea

Azalea indica ‘George L. Taber’ is in the Southern Indian or Indica group of Azaleas. These Azaleas are spring blooming and the foliage is evergreen. These Azaleas have an upright growth habit and are the best choice for a high light area. The George Lindley Taber Azalea blooms in mass midseason with large single petals, […]

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Azalea indica ‘G.G. Gerbing’ G.G. Gerbing Azalea

Azalea indica ‘G.G. Gerbing’ is in the Southern Indian or Indica group of Azaleas. These Azaleas are spring blooming and the foliage is evergreen. These Azaleas have an upright growth habit and are the best choice for a high light area. The G.G. Gerbing Azalea has a pure white single flower that can reach 3″ […]

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Azalea ‘Fashion’ Fashion Azalea

Azalea ‘Fashion’ is a Glenn Dale hybrid. Glenn Dale hybrids are evergreen, semi-dwarf, and have bigger and more colorful flowers than Azalea in the Southern Indian group. The Fashion Azalea has a salmon-pink colored flower that is 2 inches in diameter. It is a medium sized shrub that reaches up to 6 feet in height […]

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Azalea ‘Amaghasa’ Amaghasa Azalea

Amaghasa Azalea is in the group of Satsuki Azaleas. These Azaleas originated from Japan, Satsuki meaning 5 month, which is when these flower. These are late flowering varieties and will flower in Late May or Early June. The Satsuki Azaleas are slow growing dwarf varieties usually not getting taller than 2-3 feet tall. These are […]

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Agave weberi ‘Weber Blue Agave’

Agave weberi is a medium sized Agave that is native to eastern central Mexico. This drought tolerant, rosette forming succulent can grow to a height of 5′ with a spread of 6-10′, great for use in Xeriscapes. Weber Blue Agave has deep green to gray green leaves with fine marginal teeth on the edges and […]

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Agave americana ‘Century Plant ‘

Agave americana is a monocarpic (dies after blooming) succulent that forms a basal rosette of thick spiny grey-green leaves, often 6′ long. The flower stalk is branched and can reach 20′-40′ tall with yellow green flowers. Century Plant is known as such because it is thought they only bloom once a century then die. Really […]

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Abelia x grandiflora ‘Sherwoodii’ Sherwood Abelia

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Sherwoodii’ is similar to the species only much shorter and compact, growing only 3-4′ tall with a 4-6′ spread, with white and pink flowers.

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Abelia x ‘Edward Goucher’ Pink Abelia

Pink Abelia or Abelia x ‘Edward Goucher’ can be a evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub depending on the zone. The cultivar grows 3-5′ tall and 5 feet wide. ‘Ed Goucher’ has a lacier foliage than A. grandiflora and can be somewhat less hardy. ‘Edward Goucher’ is a result of a cross between A. x grandiflora and A. schumannii. Pink Abelia produces liliac-pink flowers in the […]

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