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  1. Buxus sempervirens 'Longwood' (Boxwood)

    Buxus sempervirens 'Longwood' (Boxwood)

    Starting at: $25.00

    The beautiful dark green foliage continues to darken throughout winter without the browning common to many boxwoods in colder climates, and contrasts exceptionally well with its red overwintering buds. Has proven extremely tolerant of drought. 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
  3. Chrysanthemum 'Red October'

    Chrysanthemum 'Red October'

    Starting at: $15.00

    Deep pink flowered hardy chrysanthemum. Blooms in mid-fall. Learn More
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Magnolia sieboldii 'Harold Epstein'  (Magnolia)

    Magnolia sieboldii 'Harold Epstein' (Magnolia)

    Starting at: $75.00

    Semi-double flowering form of M. sieboldii which probably originated as a seedling purchased by Harold Epstein. Learn More
  7. Rhododendron 'Cinnamon Frost'

    Rhododendron 'Cinnamon Frost'

    Starting at: $30.00

    June Sinclair is sometimes called the Species Queen of the West Coast, but every now and then she loses her head and makes a hybrid cross. But wouldn’t you know... the hybrid came out looking like a species. Pink to white blossoms on an elegantulum looking plant. Learn More
  8. Rhododendron 'Hank's Mellow Yellow'

    Rhododendron 'Hank's Mellow Yellow'

    Starting at: $25.00

    Think of 'Ginny Gee', in yellow. Hank took seed from the original Berg plant over 40 years ago, grew about 100 seedlings and only one was yellow. It completely covers itself with blossoms. Foliage turns bronzy in the fall and can take sun. The habit is that of a flat ground cover. Excellent for bonsai or the rock garden. Learn More
  9. Rhododendron 'Mountain Marriage'

    Rhododendron 'Mountain Marriage'

    Starting at: $25.00

    Perfectly globular white trusses sit atop the rosettes of dark green shining foliage like dollops of vanilla ice cream nestled in dark cones. Combines the best characteristics of both parents; toughness and adaptability from maximum and the compact low growing elegance of yakushimanum. Learn More
  10. Rhododendron 'Silver Sovereign'

    Rhododendron 'Silver Sovereign'

    Starting at: $21.00

    Compared to the other plants of this cross, this one is the fastest and tallest grower. Grows about as tall as wide, remains well clothed, and has excellent silvery-white compact trusses. Learn More
  11. Rhododendron 'Summer Stars'

    Rhododendron 'Summer Stars'

    Starting at: $44.70

    Fragrant white flowers in late July on this deciduous azalea. Learn More
  12. Rhododendron maximum 'Curly Leaf'

    Rhododendron maximum 'Curly Leaf'

    Starting at: $30.00

    We are probably the only source for this rare native rosebay. The leaves have a pronounced and consistent twist which is distinctive from other rhododendrons. The growth is markedly more compact, the leaves are smaller and darker green, the flower buds are round, unlike the normal conical buds, and new growth emerges later so as to not grow through the flowers. Learn More
  13. Sarracenia 'Panama Red' (Pitcher Plant)

    Sarracenia 'Panama Red' (Pitcher Plant)

    Starting at: $15.00

    A cross by Jason Austin (flava var. cuprea x flava var. rubricorpora) x flava var. rubricorpora. This backcross was done to add vigor to our rubricorpora clone, which is a sparse tube producer. Tall dark-red tubes to 30” on mature plants with yellow flowers. Tubes have wildly variable striping/venation and maroon suffusion. Learn More
  14. Sarracenia alata var. rubrioperculata (Pitcher Plant)

    Sarracenia alata var. rubrioperculata (Pitcher Plant)

    Starting at: $15.00

    Wild collected seed from the “Buttermilk Flats” location way down south. Tall greenish-yellow tubes to 24” with pale yellow flowers. Prominent red venation typical to alata with the added purple underside to the lid. Learn More

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