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  1. Tofieldia racemosa (Coastal False Asphodel)

    Tofieldia racemosa (Coastal False Asphodel)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Rare native bog perennial has iris-like leaves to 10" and sticky flowering stems to 18". White, six-petaled star-like flowers in upright clusters in June. Grows in wet peaty sands in the NJ Pine Barrens in full sun. Companion for Pitcher Plants. Learn More
  2. Stranvaesia davidiana 'Prostrata' (Photinia)

    Stranvaesia davidiana 'Prostrata' (Photinia)

    Starting at: $25.00

    This photinia relative displays attractive reddish-green semi-evergreen foliage in summer, but becomes spectacular in the fall with the addition of bright red fruits. Useful as a woody groundcover, for average soil. Learn More
  3. Rhodoleia henryi 'Scarlet Bells' (Henry's Rhodoleia)

    Rhodoleia henryi 'Scarlet Bells' (Henry's Rhodoleia)

    Starting at: $30.00

    Amazing evergreen shrub from China. Early spring blooms are large bright rose-red bells (2-3"). Based on experience in Georgia it should be hardy to at least zone 7 and possibly zone 6. We have not tried it outdoors yet. Rounded, glossy leaves have silvery undersides. Learn More
  4. Rhododendron kiusianum 'Komo Kulshan'

    Rhododendron kiusianum 'Komo Kulshan'

    Starting at: $23.70

    Pink flowers have a picotee edge with a white throat. Plant is low-growing and compact. A favorite for bonsai, rock gardens and those who love dwarf foreground plants. Listed as a species, but skeptics think it's a hybrid. Learn More
  5. Pieris japonica 'Bonsai' (Japanese Andromeda)

    Pieris japonica 'Bonsai' (Japanese Andromeda)

    Starting at: $23.70

    One of the smallest pieris cultivars, this has tiny 1" dark green round leaves and dense, upright growth, reaching 2' tall in 10 years. Panicles of white bell flowers are in perfect scale. Likes shade and moist, well-drained soil. And yes, it is perfect for bonsai! Learn More
  6. Magnolia kobus var. loebneri 'Wildcat' (Magnolia)

    Magnolia kobus var. loebneri 'Wildcat' (Magnolia)

    Starting at: $45.00

    A seedling selected by Larry Langford of Gibson, Tennessee, from a batch of seed of Magnolia kobus var. borealis sent by William Seidl of Wisconsin. When the white blooms open, they resemble pompom chrysanthemums and have 52 tepals measuring 4-5 inches across. Learn More
  7. Magnolia 'Rose Marie' (Magnolia)

    Magnolia 'Rose Marie' (Magnolia)

    Starting at: $75.00

    Vivid rosy pink flowers are large, with nine broad tepals which open to a solid medium pink, a shade darker than 'Daybreak'. The tree blooms for up to six weeks, depending on weather. Excellent seed fertility for all you would-be magnolia breeders. Learn More
  8. Illicium parviflorum 'Florida Sunshine' (Anise Tree)

    Illicium parviflorum 'Florida Sunshine' (Anise Tree)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Bright chartreuse evergreen foliage on this selection really glows. Found by Tony Avent as a seedling at a nursery in Florida, where it is a rare native endemic. Learn More
  9. Ilex verticillata 'Chrysocarpa' (Female Winterberry)

    Ilex verticillata 'Chrysocarpa' (Female Winterberry)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Considered the best yellow fruited Winterberry by many growers. Foliage drops earlier in the fall than most, so the fruits are visible earlier in the season. Learn More
  10. Ilex pedunculosa 'Frosty Morn' (Longstalk Holly-female)

    Ilex pedunculosa 'Frosty Morn' (Longstalk Holly-female)

    Starting at: $30.00

    Leaves are variegated with delicate irregular silver margins. Brings an added dimension to the already scarce Longstalk Holly. This is a female variety so if a male is nearby you can also expect a crop of festive red berries in the fall and winter. Site in a location protected from winter winds. Learn More
  11. Hydrangea arborescens 'Riven Lace' (Smooth Hydrangea)

    Hydrangea arborescens 'Riven Lace' (Smooth Hydrangea)

    Starting at: $25.00

    The foliage is quite unlike any other. Leaves are very deeply lobed in an irregular fashion, and occasionally fasciated. Flowers are normal for the species, a few sterile white lacecaps around the edge of the inflorescence. Learn More
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    Hamamelis mollis 'Iwado' (Chinese Witch Hazel)

    Starting at: $40.00

    Imported into the US by the U.S. National Arboretum, Washington D.C. in about 1980. Fragrant yellow flowers bloom from early to mid-winter. Yellow fall foliage. Upright vigorous grower. Learn More
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    Hamamelis mollis 'Fred Chittenden' (Chinese Witch Hazel)

    Starting at: $55.00

    Sweetly fragrant, golden yellow flowers bloom in clusters along bare stems in mid-winter (January-February) before spring foliage emerges. Yellow petals are tinged with red at the base and calyx are bright maroon-red. Growth habit is upright with ovate-rounded leaves. Autumn foliage is yellow. Learn More
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    Hamamelis mollis 'Bonny Brook' (Witch Hazel)

    Starting at: $45.00

    A selection from Washington state, USA. Prolific producer of scented, golden yellow flowers. Upright grower flowering early through midwinter. Learn More
  15. Croton alabamensis (Alabama Croton)

    Croton alabamensis (Alabama Croton)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Rich apple-green leaves with silvery undersides turn fiery orange in the fall. Yellow-green flowers are produced on 1" to 1.5" racemes in late winter to early spring. Best in semi-shade and moist, well-drained soil high in organic matter. Learn More
  16. Colic Root

    Aletris aurea (Golden Colic Root)

    Starting at: $10.00

    This native member of the Lily Family has basal grass like leaves and produces spikes of yellow flowers 1/4 to 1/2" long from June to August. Grows in acid soil in meadows, open woods, and edges of peat bogs. Learn More

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