Quercus virginiana Live Oak

One of the most popular landscape trees in the south the Live Oak is a massive and wide spreading, reaching up to 100 feet in width. The foliage is semi-evergreen Many consider it an evergreen but the Live Oak does actually shead its leaves every year in the spring only it is growing new ones […]

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Quercus nigra Water Oak

The Water Oak is a broadly conical, deciduous tree with smooth brown then dark grey bark. Its dark green leaves are usually in a spoon shaped form then turning a yellowish brown color in the fall. It is a moderate-fast growing Oak and can reach 50-80 feet tall and 40-60 foot across. The Water Oak […]

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Orthosiphon stamineus ‘ Cat Whiskers

Orthosiphon stamineus originates from tropical East Asia. This is a herbaceous perennial that bears 3-6″ long flower spikes from summer to fall. The blooms are white and airy with long white stamens that look like whiskers, hence the common name. Cat Whiskers can reach 18-24″ in height and double that in width and is a […]

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Myrica cerifera ‘Don’s Dwarf’ Dwarf Waxmyrtle

Southern Waxmyrtle is an evergreen shrub or small tree. Its leaves are fragrant when crushed and are an olive green color. Myrica cerifera ‘Don’s Dwarf’ is a dwarf form of the species, a Don Whiddon selection, and has a very full and dense growth habit and gets only 4-6′ tall and 4-6′ wide. This Waxmyrtle […]

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Myrica cerifera Southern Waxmyrtle

Southern Waxmyrtle is an evergreen shrub or small tree. Its leaves are fragrant when crushed and are an olive green color. If the plant is a female it will produce grayish white bayberry scented fruits that are covered with a wax which is sometimes used for candle making. The Southern Waxmyrtle makes for a good […]

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Iris ‘Sinfonietta’ Louisiana Iris

Louisiana Irises enjoy full sun to partially shady conditions. These beardless hybrid irises have a full line of colorful members. They have a fine strap like foliage that remains evergreen in warmer climates. This group of iris is not fully frost hardy in colder climates but will withstand light to moderate frosts. Louisiana Irises are […]

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Iris ‘Jeri’ Louisiana Iris

Louisiana Irises enjoy full sun to partially shady conditions. These beardless hybrid irises have a full line of colorful members. They have a fine strap like foliage that remains evergreen in warmer climates. This group of iris is not fully frost hardy in colder climates but will withstand light to moderate frosts. Louisiana Irises are […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Sunscape’ Daylily

Daylilies are grown for their showy and many times fragrant flowers which come in a wide range of vibrant colors. The individual blooms last only for one day but there are many blooms on strong stems that rise above tall grassy foliage. Hemerocallis spp. will flower from early summer to fall and some varieties are […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’ Stella de Oro Daylily

Sun to partial shade, zones 4-10. These perennials are grown for their showy and many times fragrant flowers which come in a wide range of vibrant colors. The individual blooms last only for one day but there are many blooms on strong stems that rise above tall grassy foliage. The plants will flower from early […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Leebea Orange Crush’ Leebea Orange Crush Daylily

Hemerocallis ‘Leebea Orange Crush’ has a bright orange fragrant flower with a red eye. This cultivar is a tetraploid, semi-evergreen that can get up to 18″ tall. Developed by Gates L. in 1978.

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