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  1. Acer oliverianum 'Nakahara beni' (Japanese Maple)

    Acer oliverianum 'Nakahara beni' (Japanese Maple)

    Starting at: $45.00

    A heat tolerant Chinese maple with bright red to deep burgundy leafs in the spring and fall. During the summer the leaves mature to an olive green. In 15 years this maple can grow to 10-12 feet tall making for a great small to mid-size tree in full sun. Learn More
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    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
  3. Asclepias verticillata (Horsetail milkweed)

    Asclepias verticillata (Horsetail milkweed)

    Starting at: $15.00

    A delicate milkweed with white flowers and finely textured foliage. Great small native plant that mingles well with other wildflowers. Tolerant of a wide range of soil and light conditions. Learn More
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    Camellia japonica 'Hokkaido Red'

    Starting at: $30.00

    This selection has a similar single red flower and rounded leaf shape to the Korean forms 'Longwood Valentine', 'Longwood Centennial' and 'Korean Fire' but it has one interesting difference, the leaves turn bronzy purple in winter. Learn More
  5. Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™ (Eastern Redbud)

    Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart (Eastern Redbud)

    Starting at: $50.00

    Wow! A variegated purple-leaved redbud! The new heart shaped leaves emerge white and pink with some green markings, mostly in the centers then age to mostly green with mottled white margins variously shaded with purple. Learn More
  6. Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo nishiki' (Flowering Quince)

    Chaenomeles speciosa 'Toyo nishiki' (Flowering Quince)

    Starting at: $38.70

    A rare combination of red, white, and pink flowers compose a rousing floral display. Upright growth habit. Prized in Japan for bonsai, jam making and for its large colorful blooms. Learn More
  7. Chamaedaphne calyculata 'Tiny Tom' (Leatherleaf)

    Chamaedaphne calyculata 'Tiny Tom' (Leatherleaf)

    Starting at: $23.70

    A native ericaceous favorite that grows wild here in the nearby Pine Barrens. Dainty sprays of small evergreen leaves are fine textured and little white bell flowers hang all along the stems. This variety is lower growing and more compact than the species, with a heavier fruit set. Learn More
  8. Clethra alnifolia 'Firefly' (Summersweet Clethra)

    Clethra alnifolia 'Firefly' (Summersweet Clethra)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Bright yellow foliage in full sun, lime-green in full shade, adds the look of sunshine amidst ordinary greenery. Panicles of fragrant white flowers appear in mid summer. Growth habit is rounded. Can scorch in full sun in warmer regions of its adaptation. Learn More
  9. Comptonia peregrina (Sweetfern) leaf closeup

    Comptonia peregrina (Sweetfern)

    Starting at: $23.70

    Limited quantity! The common name of Sweetfern describes the appearance of this plant, but not the scent! Aromatic rather than sweet, it does have fern-like foliage. A Pine Barrens native, this suckering shrub of the Myricaceae (bayberry) family can fix its own nitrogen from the air so grows well in infertile sandy soils. Unique and distinctive! Learn More
  10. 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
  11. Fothergilla gardenii 'Appalachia'

    Fothergilla gardenii 'Appalachia' (Fothergilla)

    Starting at: $25.00

    A compact, stoloniferous form that produces attractive one inch rounded pom poms in spring as the foliage is emerging. In fall, the bright green leaves develop good golden-yellow coloration. Learn More
  12. 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
  13. Hydrangea arborescens ssp radiata 'Samantha' (Smooth Hydrangea)

    Hydrangea arborescens ssp radiata 'Samantha' (Smooth Hydrangea)

    Starting at: $41.70

    'Samantha' is a favorite here at RareFind. Imagine 'Annabelle'(a white mophead) but with the bonus of leaves backed in pure silver. Blooms on new wood in early-midsummer so prune early spring. Enjoys moisture and shady site. Tolerates full sun only if grown with consistent moisture. Learn More
  14. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Munchkin' (Oakleaf Hydrangea)

    Hydrangea quercifolia 'Munchkin' (Oakleaf Hydrangea)

    Starting at: $38.85

    'Munchkin' has been quite impressive and very popular. Significantly more compact than 'Sikes Dwarf' or 'Peewee'. Abundant 6.5" blooms are held upright above the foliage, opening white in early summer and gradually turning to medium pink. Fall foliage is mahogany red. Learn More
  15. Ilex glabra 'Pretty Boy' (Male Inkberry Holly)

    Ilex glabra 'Pretty Boy' (Male Inkberry Holly)

    Starting at: $25.00

    Use 'Pretty Boy' as a pollinator for your female inkberry hollies. Very narrow (1" inch long but just 1/4" wide) dark green foliage sets it apart giving this compact grower a fine texture. Likes moist soil and tolerates part shade or full sun. Learn More
  16. Ilex glabra 'Pretty Girl' (Female Inkberry Holly)

    Ilex glabra 'Pretty Girl' (Female Inkberry Holly)

    Starting at: $25.00

    A petite damsel among the inkberries, natives of the eastern US where they are found growing in damp and shady spots, often along roadsides. Leaves are set around the twigs in rosette fashion and are smaller and rounder than other inkberry clones. Prolific producer of black fruit when a male clone like 'Pretty Boy is nearby. Learn More

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