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Abelia 'Edward Goucher' (pink abelia) - A semi-evergreen shrub to 5 feet with bronzy leaves and large, lilac-pink flowers.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Abelia grandiflora (glossy abelia) - A durable, easy to grow, semi-evergreen shrub to 6 feet having white flowers tinted pink and glossy, dark green foliage.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Abelia grandiflora 'Golden Glow' (golden abelia) - This lovely cultivar is a mutation of 'Francis Mason' with stunning, golden yellow foliage and a profusion of white flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Abelia grandiflora 'Sherwoodii' (dwarf abelia) - A selected, dwarf form that makes a  compact, spreading shrub and has white flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Abies firma (japanese fir) - A heat tolerant, conical fir up to 100 feet tall that does well even in the Deep South.  Zones 6 - 9.

Acacia baileyana (golden mimosa) - An evergreen shrub or small tree to 20 feet with finely bipinnate, gray-green foliage and very fragrant, globose, golden yellow inflorescences.  Zones 8 - 10.

Acalypha wilkesiana (copper plant) - A fast growing shrub to 8 feet with large, coppery colored leaves.  Zones 9 and 10.

Acalypha wildesiana 'Louisiana Red' - Our own selection with huge, dark blood red foliage.  Extremely showy!

3-gallon @ $25.00

Acanthus mollis (grecian pattern plant) - A herbaceous perennial with large, very attractive, glossy, dark green leaves that are toothed like those of an oak.  Makes a great addition to the shade garden.  Zones 6 - 9.

Acanthus montanus (alligator plant) - Has glossy, dark green, deeply lobed foliage which resembles an alligator's back.  Zones 9 and 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Acca sellowiana (pineapple guava / feijoa) - This is a pretty, evergreen shrub or small tree up to 25 feet tall and wide with leathery leaves that are green above and silver-blue beneath.  The attractive, red and white flowers are followed by delicious, edible, lemon sized fruit that have a pleasant guava-like flavor.  These fruit make good jelly.  The flowers are also edible and may be used to color up salads.  This is a sun loving and drought tolerant plant of the first order.  Remarkably disease and pest resistant!  The species comes from southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and northern Argentina.  It is hardy in zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Acer palmatum (japanese maple) - A small, deciduous tree to 25 feet tall having a rounded crown at maturity and bright green, palmately lobed leaves that turn orange-red in the fall.  Zones 5 - 8.

1-gallon @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood' - An exceptionally dark colored clone that does well for us.

1-gallon @ $15.00     15-gallon @ $150.00

Acer rubrum variety drummondii (swamp red maple) - A large, deciduous tree to 100 feet having large, lobed foliage that is white beneath and deep red samaras in the spring.  Zones 4 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Acer rubrum 'Florida Flame' - A fast growing clone with consistent orange-red fall color.  Also resistant to leaf spot.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Acorus calamus (sweet flag) - A herbaceous, water loving perennial with broad, iris like leaves and small, cattail like inflorescences.  It is ideal for the bog or shallow water.  Zones 6 - 9.

Acorus calamus 'Variegatus' - On this clone, the 24 inch long by 1 inch wide foliage is variegated with yellow, cream and white vertical stripes as are the spadix and its supporting stalk.

bare-root @ $10.00

Acorus gramineus (grassy leaved sweet flag) - This species has grass like foliage up to 12 inches tall and inch wide and grows well in the bog or shallow water.  Zones 6 - 9.

Acorus gramineus 'Ogon' - A beautiful form with vibrant yellow leaves marked lengthwise with green stripes.

1-gallon @ $15.00

Acorus gramineus 'Variegatus' - A variegated form with lots of white, cream to yellow striping in the leaves as well as the spadix and its stalk.

Actinidia deliciosa (fuzzy kiwi) - An extremely vigorous, pest free, ornamental vine with 8 inch wide, rounded foliage and attractive, creamy white flowers that yield the delicious, large, fuzzy type kiwi found in stores.  Zones 7 - 9.

adam's needle:  Please see Yucca filamentosa.

Aesculus pavia (red buckeye) - An attractive, deciduous shrub or small tree to 12 feet tall with palmately compound, dark green foliage and panicles of red flowers in the spring.  Hardy in zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $15.00

Albizia julibrissin (mimosa tree) - A fast growing, deciduous tree up to 20 feet tall having a flat to dome shaped top.  It has feathery, bipinnately compound foliage and spidery, deep pink racemes.  Hardy in zones 7 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Aleurites fordii (tung oil tree) - A deciduous tree to 20 feet with large, tropical looking foliage and showy, white flowers that are tinged and striped with orange.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

almond, flowering:  Please see Prunus glandulosa.

angel's trumpet:  Please see Brugmansia.

Ardisia crenata (christmas berry) - A shade loving, evergreen shrub to 3 feet tall with dark green, lustrous foliage in whorls and bright red fruit that last virtually all year long.  Zones 7 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00    3-gallon @ $20.00

Ardisia japonica (marlberry) - A choice, low growing, evergreen groundcover to 12 inches with glossy, green leaves and bright red fruit for the shade.  Zones 7 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Asimina triloba (pawpaw / custard apple) - A very attractive tree to about 25 feet tall with handsome, red-purple flowers and large, edible fruit with an excellent flavor.  The large, tropical looking foliage resembles that of a deciduous Magnolia.  Typically, 2 different plants are recommended to get good cross pollination.  The fruit may be eaten "out of hand" or used in pastries, ice cream, breads, cookies, et cetera.  This native of the eastern United States is hardy in zones 4 - 9.

1-gallon @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Aspidistra elatior (cast iron plant) - A thick growing, rhizomatous, clumping evergreen with lance shaped, dark green leaves that is very good for use in the shade.  Zones 7 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00    3-gallon @ $20.00

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome' (purple dome aster) - A low growing perennial up to 24 inches tall and 3 feet wide with many 1 inch wide, dark purple flowers from later summer through fall and into winter.  Attracts butterflies!

1-gallon @ $10.00

Aucuba japonica (japanese laurel) - An evergreen shrub to 12 feet with attractive, glossy, dark green foliage and scarlet berries on the female plants during the winter months.  Zones 7 - 10.

Aucuba japonica 'Variegata' (gold dust plant) - This cultivar has lots of golden yellow variegation in spots and blotches on its dark green leaves.

3-gallon @ $20.00

barberry:  Please see Berberis.

bay laurel:  Please see Laurus nobilis.

Berberis thunbergii (japanese barberry) - A small, compact, deciduous shrub with good fall color.  Zones 4 - 8.

Berberis thunbergii 'Crimson Pygmy' - A dwarf form with crimson colored foliage.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow' - The new growth of this clone exhibits white and pink variegation on the otherwise red-purple foliage.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Betula nigra (river birch) - A fast growing shade tree to 60 feet tall with ornamental, exfoliating bark.  Zones 4 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

birch:  Please see Betula.

black-eyed susan:  Please see Rudbeckia.

bleeding heart vine:  Please see Clerodendrum thomsoniae.

blueberry, eating:  Please see Vaccinium.

blueberry, japanese:  Please see Elaeocarpus decipiens.

bottlebrush:  Please see Callistemon.

boxwood:  Please see Buxus.

bridal wreath:  Please see Spiraea cantoniensis 'Lanceata'.

Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldii' - A magnificent cultivar with an abundance of large, bright salmon-pink, trumpet shaped flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Brugmansia suaveolens 'Jamaica Yellow' - A herbaceous, semi-woody perennial to 15 feet with very fragrant, 12 inch long, yellow, bell shaped blooms.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Buddleja davidii (butterfly bush) - A vigorous, deciduous shrub to 9 feet with showy panicles of fragrant flowers in the summer and autumn.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Buddleja davidii 'Black Knight' - One of the best!  A vigorous clone with long trusses of very deep purple flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

buckeye:  Please see Aesculus.

buckeye, mexican:  Please see Ungnadia speciosa.

buttonbush:  Please see Cephalanthus occidentalis.

Buxus microphylla variety japonica (japanese boxwood) - A slow growing, evergreen shrub getting about 4 to 6 feet tall with small, rounded leaves that is popular for sheared hegdes or container planting.  Grows in full sun to partial shade.  Zones 7 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Buxus microphylla variety koreana 'Winter Green' (winter green boxwood) - Another ideal plant for hedges or individual specimen plantings.  It has dark green, oval shaped foliage and a small, dense, compact growing habit.  Grows best in full sun.  Zones 5 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

calla lily:  Please see Zantedeschia.

Callicarpa americana (american beautyberry) - A deciduous shrub to 8 feet with aromatic foliage and abundant, showy, violet fruit in the fall.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Callistemon citrinus (crimson bottlebrush) - An evergreen, medium size shrub or small tree with bottlebrush like, crimson red flowers and aromatic foliage.  Zones 8 - 10.

Callistemon 'Little John' (dwarf bottlebrush) - A very compact clone with blood red blooms and dense, silvery gray foliage that is covered with pubescence.  Outstanding!  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $30.00

Callistemon 'Red Cluster' (semi-dwarf bottlebrush) - A more compact version of bottlebrush reaching about 5 feet in height with smaller leaves than the typical form but the same kind of flowers.  Very showy when in bloom.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Calycanthus floridus (carolina allspice / sweet shrub) - A deciduous shrub to 9 feet tall with strawberry scented, dark reddish brown flowers and spicy scented foliage.  Hardy in zones 5 - 9.

 

cast iron plant:  Please see Aspidistra.

Castanea mollissima (chinese chestnut) - A bushy, medium size tree with tasty, 1 inch long, edible nuts.  This chestnut is resistant to the chestnut blight which so devastates our native trees.  It is native to China and Korea.  Hardy in zones 4 - 8.

3-gallon @ $20.00

cedar, deodara:  Please see Cedrus deodara.

Cedrus deodara (deodara cedar) - An evergreen tree up to 100 feet tall with a broadly conic crown having tiered, spreading branches supporting rich green to gray-green foliage that makes it look a lot like a blue spruce.  The bark is dark brown and deeply fissured.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Cephalanthus occidentalis (buttonbush \ sputnik bush \ honeyball bush) - A deciduous shrub or small tree from 6 to 10 feet tall and wide with dark green, glossy, lance shaped foliage.  It produces 1 inch wide, round, ball like flower heads that are rich in nectar thus attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.  The foliage turns a deep burgundy in the fall.  Grows well in full sun to partial shade and will adapt to virtually any soil including heavy clay.  Zones 4 - 8.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Cercis canadensis (eastern redbud) - A medium sized, deciduous tree to 30 feet with heart shaped foliage and rosy pink, pea like flowers borne before the leaves emerge in the spring.  zones 4 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Cercis chinensis (chinese redbud) - A large, upright, deciduous shrub with clusters of lavender to crimson blooms on both old and new wood.  Zones 6 - 9.

Cercis chinensis 'Avondale' - A dwarf clone to 9 feet with rich green leaves and an abundance of deep cerise flowers.

5-gallon @ $50.00

Chaenomeles japonica (lesser flowering quince) - This is a dwarf, deciduous shrub to 3 or 4 feet with a wide, spreading habit.  The attractive flowers are usually or an orange to salmon color and about 1 inches in diameter.  The 1 inch wide fruit resemble small, gnarled apples and may be used in making preserves.  This species is a native of Japan and is hardy in zones 5 - 9.

Chaenomeles japonica 'Texas Scarlet' - A rather compact, low growing, spreading cultivar with bright tomato red flowers produced in abundance.

3-gallon @ $20.00

chaste tree:  Please see Vitex.

cherry, barbados:  Please see Malpighia glabra.

cherry laurel:  Please see Prunus caroliniana.

chestnut, chinese:  Please see Castanea mollissima.

Chionanthus virginicus (old man's beard) - A deciduous, broad crowned tree to 15 feet with pretty, pendulous panicles of fragrant, white flowers each spring.  Zones 4 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

chinaberry:  Please see Melia azedarach.

Clerodendrum bungei (glory bower / mexican hydrangea) - Usually a herbaceous shrub to 6 feet tall with showy, large, dark purple-green leaves.  During the summer months, it produces large cymes of sweetly fragrant rose-red flowers somewhat reminiscent of a mophead hydrangea inflorescence.  It can be invasive due to suckering so plant in a contained area or a container for best behavior.  Zones 6 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Clerodendrum philippinum (cashmere bouquet) - A suckering shrub to 5 feet tall with densely pubescent leaves and cymes of many, fragrant, double pink flowers. Zones 8 - 10.

Clerodendrum quadriloculare - A compact, fall and winter blooming plant with large umbels of long, tubular, white flowers plus highly ornamental leaves up to 12 inches long having bright maroon undersides.  Zones 8 - 10.

Clerondendrum speciosissimum (giant red salvia) - An erect shrub up to 10 feet tall with large, showy, deep green, ovate foliage that contrasts nicely with the erect panicles of scarlet red blooms during the summer.  These greatly resemble the inflorescence of the bedding plant salvia hence the common name.  Excellent for attracting hummingbirds!  It can be invasive due to suckering so plant in a contained area or a container for best behavior.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Clerodendrum thomsoniae (bleeding heart vine) - A twining shrub to 12 feet with dark green leaves and showy flowers each having a white calyx and a dark red corolla.  Zones 9 and 10.

1-gallon @ $20.00     3-gallon @ $35.00

Clerodendrum ugandense (blue butterfly flower) - An erect shrub to 10 feet tall with gorgeous panicles of butterfly like flowers.  These flowers truly resemble butterflies with pale or sky blue wings and a darker blue abdomen.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Clerodendrum wallichii - A deciduous shrub to 7 feet with yellow-white to white flowers and purple-black fruit.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

cleyera, false:  Please see Ternstroemia gymnanthera.

Cordyline australis - An upright growing, evergreen perennial with long, arching leaves.  Requires well drained soil to thrive.  Zones 8 - 10.

Cordyline australis 'Red Star' (red leaf yucca) - A choice red leaved form.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Cornus florida (flowering dogwood) - A small, deciduous, native tree to 30 feet with showy flower bracts, scarlet fruit and orange to red fall color.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Cotoneaster lacteus 'Parneyi' (red clusterberry) - An evergreen shrub to 12 feet with glossy, dark green leaves and corymbs of milky white flowers followed by red fruit.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

crab apple:  Please see Malus.

Crataegus apiifolia (parsley hawthorn / parsley haw) - A splendid, small, deciduous tree with parsley like foliage.  It produces many purplish white flowers in the spring followed by showy, red fruit.  This plant is native to the southeastern United States and is hardy in zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Crataegus marshallii:  Please see Crataegus apiifolia.

Crataegus opaca (southern mayhaw) - A wonderful, deciduous, large shrub or small tree with pretty, 1 inch wide, white flowers and edible, reddish fruit up to 1 inch long.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Cudrania tricuspidata - A small tree up to 25 feet tall with 3 inch long leaves and edible, bright pink fruit up to 1 inch in diameter.  These fruit have a watermelon like flavor.  Hardy in zones 5 - 9.

Cunninghamia lanceolata (chinese fir) - A coniferous, evergreen tree to 150 feet with a conical crown composed of irregularly whorled branches supporting lanceolate leaves that are lustrous, bright green above having 2 white stripes beneath.  Zones 7 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Cuphea hyssopifolia (false heather - mexican heather) - This is a rapidly growing, compact evergreen to about 2 feet with tiny leaves and small, delicate, violet flowers produced virtually non-stop.  They are super easy to grow and tolerate shearing well making them excellent plants for edging.  Grow best in full sun.  Zones 9 and 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Cuphea ignea (cigar flower) - An evergreen shrub to 2 feet with red, cigar like calyx tubes having purple and white lips.  Zones 9 & 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Cupressocyparis leylandii (leyland cypress) - A vigorous, evergreen conifer to 50 feet having a dense, columnar to pyramidal crown of dark green to grey foliage.  Zones 7 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Cupressus arizonica 'Carolina Sapphire' (arizona cypress) - A beautiful, pyramidal evergreen to 30 feet tall with steel grey foliage.  Useful as a screen, specimen or living Christmas tree.  Prefers full sun and requires a well drained soil.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Cycas revoluta (sago palm) - A very handsome, dwarf, palm like cycad to 6 feet having glossy, very dark green leaves.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Cyperus albostriatus (dwarf umbrella plant) - A fast growing, clumping, umbrella plant to 15 inches tall that is ideal for use in the garden, bog area or near water.  Zones 9 & 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Cyperus alternifolius (umbrella plant) - A large growing, dark green umbrella plant to 4 feet with many stems topped with leaf like, involucral bracts.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Cyperus papyrus (eqyptian paper reed) - An outstanding, tropical looking bog plant with triangular stems to 8 feet terminated by huge umbels of over 100 needle like rays.  Zones 8 - 10.

Cyperus profiler (miniature papyrus) - An exceptionally beautiful species to 18 inches that resembles a diminutive form of Cyperus papyrus.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

cypress, arizona:  Please see Cupressus arizonica.

cypress, bald:  Please see Taxodium distichum.

cypress, leyland:  Please see Cupressocyparis leylandii.

cypress, pond:  Please see Taxodium ascendens.

Dianella tasmanica 'Variegata' (variegated flax lily) - An upright, evergreen perennial to 18 inches with broad, light green, flax like foliage edged in creamy white.  The flowers are a very light sky blue.  Grows best in filtered light or afternoon shade.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon  @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Firewitch' - An easy to grow, evergreen perennial to 6 inches tall with clove scented, silvery blue foliage and single, shocking magenta-pink flowers in early summer through to late fall.  An excellent groundcover for drier areas.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Dietes bicolor (yellow african iris) - A rhizomatous perennial which forms clumps of elegant, narrow, leathery, evergreen foliage up to 24 inches tall.  They are pale green with a conspicuous, center vein.  The delicate, iris like flowers are produced on 3 foot stalks in profusion over a long period during the spring and summer.  They are yellow-white and are blotched with dark brown and burnt orange at the base.  The plant is tolerant of poor and dry soils.  It grows best in full sun to dappled shade and if planted in a moisture retentive, humus rich soil.  In the winter, a mulch is beneficial and it should be allowed to dry out somewhat.  This is the hardiest species in this genus and is native to the eastern Cape in southern Africa.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Dietes iridioides (white african iris) - Another rhizomatous perennial with rich green, leathery, evergreen leaves up to 24 inches spreading out to form a fan.  It too has delicate, iris like flowers that are produced in profusion over a long period during the spring and summer.  These glistening blooms are borne atop 24 inch tall stalks.  They are white with yellow nectar guides, pale blue to mauve style arms and deep yellow or brown spots.  The plants form clumps and are tolerant of poor and dry soils.  They prefer moisture retentive, humus rich soils and being planted in full sun to dappled shade.  In the winter, they should be mulched and allowed to dry out.  This species is native to southern Africa northwards through eastern Africa to Kenya.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Diospyros virginiana (common persimmon / possumwood / possum apple / date plum) - A tall, fast growing, native tree from 30 to 80 feet tall with small, delicious fruit.  These fruit are loved by all sorts of wildlife including deer and turkeys.  The  6 inch long leaves turn yellow, orange or red before falling in the autumn.  After this, the trees resemble giant Christmas trees with their branches completely bare except for the hundreds of 1 to 2 inch wide, orange-red fruit.  Please note that seedling grown trees cannot be distinguished as to sex until much older.  A native of the United States from Connecticut to Florida and Texas that is hardy in zones 4 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

dogwood:  Please see Cornus.

Duranta erecta (skyflower) - A shrub or small tree to 18 feet with many flowered racemes of blue flowers followed by clusters of yellow fruit.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Duranta erecta 'Alba' (white skyflower) - A white flowered form.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Eleagnus pungens (silverberry) - A large, evergreen shrub up to 15 feet tall with attractive, gray-green foliage and reddish fruit.  The fragrant flowers appear in the autumn followed by the fruit which are edible even if not always palatable.  Native to China and Japan and hardy in zones 6 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Elaeocarpus decipiens (japanese blueberry) - A large, ornamental, evergreen tree to 50 feet tall and 25 feet wide with bronze new growth that matures a glossy green.  It produces small, white flowers in the summer followed by inedible, bluish black fruit in the winter.

3-gallon @ $20.00

elm:  Please see Ulmus.

Equisetum hyemale (common scouring rush - horsetail) - An attractive rush with slender, evergreen stems to 4 feet that are decoratively marked with black rings.  Makes an excellent water plant but must be contained or it will take over as most water plants tend to do.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Eriobotrya japonica (loquat / japanese medlar / japanese plum) - This is a fine tree up to 20 feet tall and wide with large (up to 12 inches long and 4 inches wide), evergreen leaves.  It is much cultivated in Japan for the edible, yellow fruit.  It is also being cultivated in other parts of the world, such as the Deep South, for the delicious fruit and for its ornamental value.  These large fruit are 1 to 2 inches long and have a sweet, aromatic flesh.  Native to China and Japan.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Eucalyptus cinerea (silver dollar tree) - An evergreen tree to 50 feet having highly aromatic, rounded, silvery leaves and fibrous, red-brown bark.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Euonymus americanus (strawberry bush / wahoo) - An upright, deciduous shrub to 8 feet with pink fruit which partially open to reveal showy, orange seed within.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze' (brazilian morning glory / hawaiian blue eyes) - A mounding, spreading evergreen up to 1 foot tall and 3 feet wide producing multitudes of power blue flowers with white centers.  Native to Brazil and Paraguay.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Fatsia japonica (japanese aralia) - An evergreen, wide spreading shrub to 18 feet with large, leathery, palmately lobed, tropical looking foliage.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Feijoa sellowiana:  Please see Acca sellowiana.

Ficus pumila (creeping fig - fig ivy) - Climbing by its roots, this evergreen with small, dark green leaves makes an excellent wall cover.  It will even adhere to glass!  Be certain to maintain it however as it can quickly get away from where you want it.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

fir, chinese:  Please see Cunninghamia lanceolata.

firebush:  Please see Hamelia.

firecracker plant:  Please see Russelia.

Firmiana simplex (chinese parasol tree) - A wonderful, deciduous tree to 60 feet with smooth, green bark and tropical looking, large, lobed foliage.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Forsythia intermedia (golden bells) - An erect to spreading, deciduous shrub to 9 feet with dark yellow flowers produced during the spring before the leaves emerge.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

garlic, society:  Please see Tulbaghia.

Gaura lindheimeri 'Pink Butterfly' - A shrubby perennial to 3 feet of vase like habit with erect stalks of pink flowers resembling butterflies.  Grows best in full sun and is very drought tolerant.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Ginkgo biloba (maidenhair tree) - A noble tree of easy culture that is extremely tolerant of pollution, insects and disease.  This is one of the oldest living species in existence, having been around during the time of the dinosaurs.  It makes an excellent street tree or plant for use in major cities due to its extreme durability and ornamental value.  The foliage turns a nice yellow color in the fall with several of the cultivars having been selected for being outstanding in the characteristic.  In the Orient, the roasted kernels (ginkgo nuts) are considered a delicacy.  This plant is very hardy (zones 3 - 9) and is a native of southeastern China.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

guava, pineapple:  Please see Acca sellowiana.

Halesia carolina:  Please see Halesia tetraptera.

Halesia diptera (silver bell) - A large, deciduous shrub or small tree with attractive, white, bell like flowers.  Hardy in zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $30.00

Halesia tetraptera (carolina silver bell / wild olive) - A small, deciduous tree up to 18 feet tall with beautiful, inch wide, bell shaped, white flowers.  Hardy in zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $30.00

Hamelia patens (fire bush - scarlet bush) - An evergreen shrub or small tree to 9 feet having showy clusters of orange-red flowers all summer long.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

hawthorn, indian:  Please see Rhaphiolepis.

honeysuckle:  Please see Lonicera.

horsetail rush:  Please see Equisetum.

Hymenocallis littoralis - This native of Columbia, Surinam and Mexico has become naturalized in southern Louisiana.  It is fairly tender but multiplies fast and grows well aquatically.  The glossy leaves get up to 48 inches long and 2 inches across.  The 24 inch tall scape bears an umbel of 5 to 11 flowers.  These snowy white blossoms are accented by bright orange anthers.  Hardy in zones 9 and 10.

Hymenocallis littoralis 'Variegata' (variegated spider lily) - The lovely foliage of this selection is variegated with white to cream stripes and edging.  This is truly one of the very best!

1-gallon @ $30.00

Indigofera decora (chinese indigo) - A low, spreading, deciduous shrub to 24 inches with pendent, 8 inch long racemes of pink flowers.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

iris, african:  Please see Dietes.

Iris fulva (copper iris / red iris) - This is a showy, easy to grow perennial native to the swamps of the central United States from Georgia westward to Illinois, Missouri and Texas.  It puts forth abundant bloom stalks during the early spring from 1 to 3 feet tall which carry pretty, rusty red to deep red flowers just above the bright green, sword shaped foliage.  These unique flowers are 4 to 5 inches across and the handsome foliage gets u to 1 inch wide.  This species is able to thrive in damp shade.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Iris pseudacorus (yellow flag / yellow iris / water iris) - Thought by many to be a native iris, this species is actually native from Europe to western Siberia and the Caucasus Mountains southward to Turkey and northern Africa.  They are very hardy and vigorous.  The handsome, dark green leaves get up to 3 inches side and up to 5 feet tall.  This makes a fine landscape plant with its bright yellow flowers on well branched stems during the early to mid-spring.  These flowers are about 4 inches wide and have brown to violet venation.

1-gallon @ $10.00

iris, walking:  Please see Neomarica.

Itea virginica (virginia willow - sweetspire) - An arching, deciduous shrub to 8 feet with spike like racemes of white flowers and red fall coloration.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

ivy, fig:  Please see Ficus pumila.

Juglans nigra (black walnut) - This species matures into a large, broad crowned, deciduous tree up to 150 feet tall.  It makes an excellent shade tree and also produces large, thick shelled nuts of delicious, rich, hardy flavor.  The wood is prized for its use in furniture and gun stocks (very attractive patterns).  It grows best in rich, moist soils.  A native of the eastern United States from Ontario and Massachusetts southward to Texas and Florida.  Hardy in zones 4 - 9.

Juniperus davurica 'Parsoni' (parson's juniper) - Makes a dome shape mound of spreading form to 3 feet tall with loverly, sage-gray to green foliage that turns golden brown in colder weather.  Excellent heat tolerance.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus chinensis 'Blue Point' (blue point juniper) -An upright growing conifer of pyramidal form to 8 feet with bluish green foliage.  Makes a good hedge or specimen plant (looks like a small Christmas tree).  Prefers full sun and well drained soil.  Zones 5 - 9.

Juniperus chinensis 'Nick's Compacta' - A wide spreading form close to 6 feet wide and only 2 feet tall.  The foliage is green with a slight blue overcast.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus chinensis 'Sea Green' - A vase shaped, evergreen shrub to 5 feet with bright green foliage that stands out in the landscape.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus conferta (shore juniper) - A low growing to trailing habit up to 1 foot tall and 6 feet in spread makes this evergreen a great choice for ground cover.  Zones 6 - 9.

Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific' - This form has beautiful, ocean blue-green colored foliage that holds up even in the winter.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus excelsa (spiney greek juniper) - A fast growing conifer up to 20 feet tall and 10 feet wide of compact, conical form with lovely, gray-green foliage.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus horizontalis 'Bar Harbor' - This spreading plant hugs the ground with lightly  matted stems of soft foliage that is gray-green in the summer and silvery plum in the winter .  It matures at about 1 foot in height and 10 feet in spread.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus horizontalis 'Plumosa Compacta' (andorra juniper) - A beautiful, full centered plant with dense branching and a flat, spreading crown up to 18 inches tall.  The foliage is a gray-green in the summer turning bronze-purple in the fall.  Zones 4 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltonii' (blue rug juniper) - A well mannered form up to 6 inches tall and 8 feet wide with intense, silver-blue foliage.  This is one of the finest low growing junipers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus virginiana (eastern red cedar) - An evergreen, coniferous tree to 60 feet of conic to columnar habit with aromatic, grey-green foliage and exfoliating, rust-brown bark.  Hardy in zones 3 - 8.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Juniperus virginiana 'Grey Owl' - This clone is of spreading habit up to 4 feet tall and 8 feet wide.  It has slightly drooping branches with attractive, silver-gray foliage and in the fall bluish berries.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Justicia brandegeana (shrimp plant) - An evergreen, downy shrub to 3 feet with 3 inch long, arching to pendant spikes consisting of shrimp colored bracts from which emerge tubular, white flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Kerria japonica (japanese rose) - A beautiful, shade loving, deciduous shrub to 5 feet with many 2 inch wide, single yellow blooms.  Zones 4 - 9.

Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora' (double japanese rose) - A very handsome cultivar with abundant, double, yellow flowers which resemble roses.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Koelreuteria bipinnata (golden rain tree) - A spreading, deciduous tree to 15 feet with bipinnate foliage and bright yellow flowers followed by deep rose-red capsules.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

kumquat:  Please see Fortunella.

Lantana montevidensis (weeping lantana) - A very low growing, trailing, evergreen shrub to 2 feet with abundant violet flowers that are produced all summer long.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Lantana montevidensis 'Alba' - This is a pretty, white flowered form.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Laurus nobilis (bay laurel) - A small, evergreen tree or shrub to 30 feet that makes a neat, patio plant with dark green leaves that may be used as seasoning.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $15.00

Leucophyllum frutescens (texas purple sage) - A splendid, compact, evergreen, drought tolerant shrub to 6 feet with silvery gray foliage and abundant rosy lavender flowers to 1 inch across.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Ligustrum japonicum (wax leaf privet) - A trouble free, fast growing, dense evergreen shrub or small tree of upright habit with lustrous, dark green foliage and fragrant, white flowers.  Zones 7 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ligustrum japonicum 'Gold Tip' - The new foliage of this cultivar is tipped golden yellow for a few weeks before turning solid green.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ligustrum japonicum 'Jack Frost' (jack frost ligustrum) - A slower growing and smaller statured form of wax leaf with beautifully variegated, gray-green leaves being marbled and edged in cream, white and gold.  One of the best ligustrums!

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ligustrum japonicum 'Rotundifolium' (curly leaf wax) - A rigidly erect growing form to 6 feet having closely space, twisted, dark green leaves.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ligustrum sinense 'Variegatum' (variegated privet) - A dense, evergreen shrub of upright, spreading habit that lends itself well to pruning and shaping.  Each leaf is edged and marbled with creamy white thus adding a brightness to any planting in which it is used.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

lily, flax:  Please see Dianella.

lily, spider:  Please see Hymenocallis and Lycoris.

Liriope muscari (lilyturf) - An evergreen perennial to 1 foot with glossy, dark green, grass like leaves; dense racemes of dark mauve flowers and berry like, black fruit.  Use as a groundcover or perennial border.  Zones 6 - 9.

Liriope muscari 'Big Blue' - This selection has dark green foliage and purple flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Liriope muscari 'Variegata' - The leaves of this clone are attractive striped with yellow on the margin plus it has dark violet flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Lonicera sempervirens (coral honeysuckle - trumpet honeysuckle) - A vigorouse, evergreen vine with fragrant, tubular red flowers followed by bright red fruit.  This plant is a must for the hummingbird enthusiast!

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

loquat:  Please see Eriobotrya japonica.

Loropetalum chinense (chinese evergreen witch hazel) - An evergreen shrub to 9 feet with many feathery, cream flowers in late winter and early spring.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Loropetalum chinense 'Burgundy' - Of compact habit to 3 feet with gracefully arching branches of rich dark burgundy leaves and hot pink, star shaped flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Loropetalum chinense 'Plum Delight' - A fantastic, fast growing shrub to at least 6 feet with new growth being burgundy and maturing purple.  It has hot pink, spidery flowers and grows well in either sun or shade.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Loropetalum chinense 'Rubrum' - A magnificent, red leaved clone of great beauty.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Lycoris radiata (red spider lily) - The famous, super hardy spider lily that does so well with narrow, dark green foliage and gorgeous, spidery, red flowers having wavy segments.  Zones 3 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Mahonia bealei (oregon grape holly) - An erect, evergreen shrub to 6 feet with olive-green, holly like leaflets and scented, pale yellow flowers.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Mahonia fortunei (chinese mahonia) - A low, bushy evergreen to 4 feet with dark green leaflets that are paler beneath and bright yellow flowers.  zones 7 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Malpighia glabra (barbados cherry / acerola) - An evergreen shrub to about 8 or 10 feet tall with clusters of rose-red flowers followed by red fruit about inch in diameter.  These sweet, cherry like fruit are edible and contain an extremely high content of vitamin C.  They may also be used to make jams and jellies.  This species is native from Texas southward to northern South America and in the West Indies.  Hardy in zones 9 - 10.

1-gallon @ $20.00

Malus angustifolia (southern wild crab apple / american crab / wild crab) - This species is a deciduous tree up to 25 feet tall.  The showy, 1 inch wide flowers open pink then fade to white.  These later develop into edible, 1 inch wide, yellowish green fruit.  It is a native along the eastern United States from Maryland to Kentucky and Missouri southwards to Florida and Louisiana.  Hardy in zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

maple:  Please see Acer.

mayhaw:  Please see Crataegus opaca.

Melia azederach (chinaberry / persian lilac / pride of india / bead tree / white cedar) - A deciduous tree up to 40 feet tall with a rounded crown of pinnately compound leaves.  It produces panicles of lilac to purple flowers in the summer followed by round, yellow, marble sized, inedible drupes.  Native to India, southern China and Australia.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Metasequoia glyptostroboides (dawn redwood) - A vigorous, deciduous conifer to over 100 feet tall with a buttressed trunk and attractive, lacy foliage.  It was thought to be extinct until some were discovered in an isolated valley of central China in 1948.  Perform well in most typical garden situations.  Zones 5 - 9.

Michelia figo (banana shrub - sweet magnolia) - A densely branched, evergreen shrub or small tree to 15 feet tall.  In the spring, it produces vast quantities of very fragrant, creamy yellow flowers having purple tinged tepal margins.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Millettia reticulata (evergreen wistaria) - A beatiful, semi-evergreen to evergreen vine with dark green, leathery leaves and huge clusters of very fragrant, violet-red flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

mimosa:  Please see Albizia julibrissin.

mockorange:  Please see Philadelphus.

Monstera deliciosa (swiss cheese plant) -A robust, evergreen climber clinging by aerial roots with large, glossy, dark green leaves up to 3 feet long and 2 feet wide having holes or perforations between the veins.  It also produces an edible fruit having the taste of banana or pineapple.  Zones 9 and 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Morus rubra (red mulberry / american mulberry) - A deciduous tree up to 60 feet tall with 5 inch long, ovate foliage.  In the late spring, it bears 1 inch long, red to dark purple, edible fruit.  The plant also makes a fine ornamental shade tree.  It is native to the rich bottomland soils of eastern North America.

3-gallon @ $20.00

mulberry:  Please see Morus.

Myrica cerifera (southern wax myrtle) - A desirable, evergreen shrub or small tree to 20 feet with dark green foliage and waxy, grey-white berries used to make candle wax.  Zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Myrica cerifera 'Pumila' (dwarf wax myrtle) - A dwarf, densely spreading clone to 3 feet.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Nandina domestica (heavenly bamboo) - A multi-stemmed, evergreen to semi-deciduous shrub with cane like stems and long lasting, bright red berries during the fall, winter and spring.  Zones 7 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Nandina domestica 'Compacta Nana' - A compact, slow growing selection up to 3 feet tall and 3 feet wide with thick foliage that turns a brilliant red in the fall.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Nandina domestica 'Firepower' - One of the best dwarf cultivars up to 2 feet tall with intense autumn colors of crimson and green.

1-gallon @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Nandina domestica 'Harbour Dwarf' - A dense, low grower with somewhat puckered foliage that turns a good, brilliant red in cold weather.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Neomarica caerulea (brazilian walking iris) - A herbaceous perennial with iris like leaves up to 5 feet tall and 4 inches wide.  It has pale to dark blue flowers having yellow markings.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

bare-root @ $10.00

Neomarica caerulea 'Regina' - A selected clone with light blue flowers that is reportedly salt and drought tolerant.

bare-root @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Neomarica gracilis (walking iris) - A herbaceous perennial with iris like leaves up to 2 feet tall and iris like, blue and white flowers.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

bare-root @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Neomarica longifolia (yellow walking iris) - A herbaceous perennial with iris like, sword shaped foliage up to 12 inches tall and yellow flowers that are banded with brown.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

bare-root @ $10.00

oak:  Please see Quercus.

Olea europaea (olive tree) - The source of olives, this ancient tree is still enjoyed for its unique fruit.  The plant itself is easy to grow being tolerant of drought and high temperatures.  The fruit may be pressed to release oil for lighting, lubrication and cooking.  This small growing tree makes a great subject for bonsai with its beautiful, deep green leaves having silvery undersides.  An excellent choice for small specimen plantings or containerized patio planting.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $30.00

olive:  Please see Olea europaea.

olive, sweet:  Please see Osmanthus.

Ophiopogon japonicus (mondo grass - monkey grass) - An evergreen, clump forming perennial to 6 inches with narrow, dark green, grass like foliage and white to light lilac flowers.  Often used to make borders but equally nice as a groundcover under large oak trees.  Zones 7 -9.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Ophiopogon japonicus 'Kyoto Dwarf' (dwarf mondo) - A very short form to 2 inches tall with narrow, dark green leaves and a tight, clumping habit.  Really nice!

1-gallon @ $10.00

Osmanthus fragrans (sweet olive) - An evergreen shrub or small tree to 30 feet with leathery, dark green leaves and intensely fragrant, cream to yellow flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

palm, sago: Please see Cycas.

parasol, chinese:  Please see Firmiana simplex.

Parkinsonia aculeata (jerusalem thorn) - An evergreen shrub or tree to 30 feet tall with yellow-green to dark green branches; airy, compound leaves and fragrant, yellow flowers.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

pawpaw:  Please see Asimina.

Penstemon digitalis 'Husker's Red' - A wonderful perennial up to 30 inches tall with mahogany to burgundy foliage and white, foxglove like flowers in late spring to early summer.  Hardy in zones 3 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00

persimmon:  Please see Diospyros.

Philadelphus virginalis (mock orange) - An upright, deciduous shrub to 6 feet with very fragrant, large, usually double, pure white blooms in the summer.  Zones 5 - 9.

Philadelphus virginalis 'Natchez' - A sensational clone with 2 inch wide, fragrant, single white flowers in the spring and summer.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Philodendron bipinnatifidum (split leaf philodendron) - An arborescent evergreen to 6 feet with huge, glossy, bright green, split leaves up to 3 feet long.  Zones 9 and 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Philodendron 'Xanadu' - This is a much more compact grower than the typical "split leaf" but can be used in much the same way without overpowering surrounding plants.  The leaves are also more divided.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Photinia fraseri (red tip photinia) - A large, vigorous evergreen with coppery red new growth that becomes shiny, dark green with age.  Often used as a hedge that is maintained through clipping thus forcing the "red tip" new growth to emerge almost year around.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Pinus glabra (spruce pine) - A bushy, evergreen, coniferous tree to 100 feet with aromatic, dark green needles on horizontal branches of good landscape form.  Zones 8 - 10.

Pinus virginiana (virginia pine) - A tough, evergreen, coniferous tree to 45 feet with thin, furrowed bark and twisted, finely serrated needles.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Pistacia chinensis (chinese pistachio) - A fast growing, deciduous tree to 45 feet tall with glossy leaves that provide great fall color.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Pittosporum tobira (mock orange) - An evergreen shrub to 15 feet with leathery, glossy, dark green leaves and orange blossom scented, cream to yellow flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

Pittosporum tobira 'Variegata' (variegated mock orange) - This clones has very fragrant flowers and very pretty, variegated foliage with creamy white margins and marbling.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Pittosporum tobira 'Wheeler's Dwarf' - A choice, miniature, mound forming clone that is ideally suited for landscape use.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $205.00

Platanus occidentalis (eastern sycamore) - A vigorous, large, deciduous tree up to 150 feet tall with large, usually trilobed leaves and exfoliating, white bark.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Plumbago auriculata (cape leadwort) - A shrub with long, arching branches supporting spikes of pretty, sky blue flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Plumbago auriculata 'Alba' - A white flowered clone.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Plumbago auriculata 'Imperial Blue' - This is a smaller, more well behaved clone with darker blue flowers than typical in the species.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Podocarpus macrophyllus (southern yew / japanese yew / buddhist pine) - This is a very popular, thick, upright, columnar, evergreen tree to 45 feet tall that is ideal for landscape work.  It has narrow, 3 to 4 inch long, dark green leaves and produces edible, purple-violet berries.  As a plant in the landscape, it is very versatile.  It may be planted in tubs, trimmed as topiary, clipped as a hedge, trained as an espalier or left alone to grow naturally.  Any way you choose to go, this is one fine plant.  A native of central and southwestern Japan that is hardy in zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

privet:  Please see Ligustrum sinense.

Prunus angustifolia (chickasaw plum) - A deciduous shrub or small tree to 9 feet with loads of inch wide, fleshy yellow fruit that make great jelly and / or food for attracting wildlife.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Prunus caroliniana (cherry laurel) - An evergreen tree to 36 feet with coriaceous, dark green leaves and multitudes of creamy white flowers followed by lustrous, black fruit which are relished by wildlife.  Zones 6 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Prunus glandulosa (flowering almond) - This is a showy, small, deciduous shrub to 3 or 5 feet tall with pretty, white to pink flowers.  These flowers appear before the leaves and are followed by attractive, dark red, edible fruit in the summer.  A native of Japan and China that is hardy in zones 4 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Prunus mexicana (mexican plum) - This small, highly ornamental tree has shaggy, exfoliating bark and delicate, intensely fragrant, white or pink flowers.  These flowers are followed by edible, 1 inch wide, purplish red fruit in mid-summer.  These fruit are excellent for jellies, jams, et cetera.  A native of the central and south central United States and northeastern Mexico.  It is hardy in zones 7 - 9.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Pyrus communis (pear / common pear) - A long lived, deciduous tree to 30 feet tall or so.  It has 1 inch wide, white flowers with a pink tinge and large, tender, delicious fruit.  The wood may be used for cutlery and turnery.  This species is native to Europe and western Asia.  It is hardy in zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Quercus comptonae (compton oak) - This natural hybrid of Quercus lyrata and Quercus virginiana makes a beautiful, fast growing, usually evergreen tree to 60 feet.  It is more upright in habit than Quercus virginiana and has larger leaves.  Also, the large acorns are covered about half-way with their "cup".

5-gallon @ $30.00

Quercus macrocarpa (burr oak) - A deciduous tree to 150 feet tall with a rounded crown of large, lobed, dark green leaves (up to 18 inches long and  6 inches wide) that are white tomentose beneath.  Zones 3 - 8.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Quercus shumardii (shumard's red oak) - A choice, large, deciduous tree to 90 feet with deeply lobed leaves that are 7 inches long and 4 inches wide.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Quercus virginiana (southern live oak) - The large, evergreen oak of folklore to 60 feet with a very broad, spreading crown to 120 feet wide composed of dark green-black leaves.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

raintree:  Please see Koelreuteria.

redbud:  Please see Cercis.

Rhaphiolepis delacourii (hybrid hawthorn) - A group of mounding, low growing, evergreen shrubs that are loaded with flowers in the late spring and early summer.  Zones 8 - 10.

Rhaphiolepis delacourii 'Clara' - A dwarf to medium size, disease resistant clone with lots of showy, white flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Rhaphiolepis delacourii 'Eleanor Tabor' - Of mounding habit, this low maintenance shrub is easily the most disease resistant of the pink flowered hawthorns.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Rhaphiolepis delacourii 'Elizabeth' - A fast growing clone to 4 feet tall and 5 feet across with many pretty, pink flowers produced over an extended bloom season.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) - A very aromatic, evergreen shrub with linear, tomentose leaves that release a wonderful scent when bruised.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus' - A spreading form as opposed to the typical upright type.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldstrum' (goldstrum black-eyed susan) - A compact selection to 2 feet tall with very large, yellow, daisy like inflorescences that are produced all summer long.  Hardy in zones 3 - 8.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Ruellia brittoniana (willow leaf mexican petunia) - A herbaceous perennial to 2 feet with narrow, purplish green, lanceolate leaves and soft purple-blue, petunia like blooms all summer long.  Zones 7 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Ruellia brittoniana 'Rosea' - A pastel pink flowered form.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Ruellia brittoniana variety katieana - A dwarf form under 1 foot tall with closely spaced foliage and many delightful, purple-blue flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Ruellia brittoniana variety katieana 'Alba' - A white flowered form.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Ruellia brittoniana variety katieana 'Rosea' - A pink flowered form.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Russelia equisetiformis (firecracker) - An evergreen shrub to 7 feet with weeping, whorled, rush like, green stems and tubular, red, "firecracker" flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

sage:  Please see Leucophyllum and Salvia.

Salix babylonica (weeping willow) - A deciduous tree to 30 feet with pendulous branches that support long, narrow leaves that are grey-green beneath.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa' (corkscrew willow) - A rapidly growing, medium sized, deciduous tree up to 20 feet tall with contorted or twisted branches.  Commonly used as a subject for bonsai and the branches are often used in floral arrangements.

3-gallon @ $20.00

salvia, giant:  Please see Clerodendrum speciosissimum.

Salvia elegans (pineapple sage) - Herbaceous perennial to 3 feet with light green leaves that truly smell of fresh pineapple when bruised or crushed.  It also has showy spikes of bright red flowers that attract hummingbirds.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Salvia 'Indigo Spires' - Of sprawling habit up to 3 feet tall and 6 feet wide, this perennial produces blue-violet flowers spikes over an extended period.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Salvia leucantha (mexican bush sage) - A herbaceous perennial up to 3 feet tall with aromatic foliage and beautiful flowers having violet-purple calyxes and white corollas.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Salvia microphylla 'Hot Lips' - A wonderful, new perennial discovered in Mexico that grows up to 30 inches tall and up to 4 feet wide.  It produces an abundance of white flowers with contrasting, bright red "lips" hence the name.  Hardy in zones 7 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Salvia sinaloensis - A relatively new find, this herbaceous perennial grows up to 1 foot tall and 1 foot wide.  It produces the most intensely true blue flowers .  Native to Mexico.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Sassafras albidum (sassafras) - A deciduous, aromatic tree to 60 feet with medium green foliage that turns brilliant gold to red in the autumn plus blue fruit.  Zones 5 - 9.

5-gallon @ $30.00

Setcreasea pallida:  Please see Tradescantia pallida.

shrimp plant:  Please see Justicia.

silver bell:  Please see Halesia.

Spiraea bumalda:  Please see Spiraea japonica.

Spiraea cantoniensis (reeves spiraea) - A spreading shrub to 6 feet with arching branches of blue-green leaves and numerous single, white flowers.  Zones 6 - 9.

Spiraea cantoniensis 'Lanceata' (bridal wreath - double reeves spiraea) - This clone has lanceolate leaves and dense clusters of double, snow white flowers in spring.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Spiraea japonica (japanese spiraea) - An erect growing, deciduous shrub to about 5 feet with flat clusters of rose-pink to carmine flowers during the summer.  Zones 5 - 9.

Spiraea japonica 'Anthony Waterer' - An upright, dwarf, semi-evergreen clone with rose-pink flowers and bright green leaves having cream and pink variegation.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Spiraea japonica 'Gold Mound' - This low growing, mounding clone displays golden foliage during the spring that turns an attractive yellow-green as it ages.  It also produces contrasting pink flowers during late spring and early summer.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Spiraea japonica 'Little Princess' - A dwarf clone of mounding habit with delicate, light green leaves that are tinted red in the autumn and flat clusters of rose-crimson blooms.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Spiraea prunifolia (popcorn spiraea) - A dense, bushy, deciduous shrub to 6 feet with arching branches that support loads of double, pure white flowers.   Zones 4 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Spiraea thunbergii (baby's breath spiraea) - A densely branched, deciduous shrub to 3 feet with nodding branches of many dainty, single, pure white flowers in spring.  Zones 4 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

strawberry bush:  Please see Euonymus americanus.

sweet olive:  Please see Osmanthus fragrans.

sweet shrub:  Please see Calycanthus.

sycamore:  Please see Platanus.

Taxodium ascendens (pond cypress) - A deciduous, coniferous tree to 75 feet tall with a columnar crown of appressed, bright green, scale like leaves.  Zones 6 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Taxodium distichum (bald cypress) - A large, deciduous, coniferous tree to 120 feet with a buttressed trunk and "knees".  Zones 6 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ternstroemia gymnanthera (false cleyera) - An evergreen shrub or small tree to 10 feet with coriaceous, dark green leaves; white flowers and red fruit.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Ternstroemia gymnanthera 'Variegata' (variegated false cleyera) - A beautifully variegated form with the leaf centers being marbled grey and the leaf margins being cream later becoming rose tinted.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Thuja 'Green Giant' (green giant arborvitae) - This is an impressive, fast growing evergreen of pyramidal shape up to 40 feet tall and 15 feet wide.  It is ideal for use as a specimen in the landscape or as a large hedge.  Prefers full sun and well drained soil.  Zones 5 - 8.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Tibouchina urvilleana (princess flower) - A beautiful shrub to 15 feet with 4 inch long, hairy leaves and large, royal purple flowers in the summer.  Zones 9 and 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Tradescantia pallida - A herbaceous perennial to 1 feet tall with 8 inch long, slightly succulent leaves that are tinged purple.  It also has showy, pink to lavender flowers during the summer months.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

Tradescantia pallida 'Purple Heart' - This clone had nice, deep mauve to purple leaves and violet colored blooms.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Tulbaghia violacea (society garlic / wild garlic) - This is a charming perennial from South Africa with pale violet to lavender flowers on foot high stalks.  The more or less evergreen, glaucous, gray-green foliage is about 1 foot long, being narrow and onion like in appearance and odor.  The flowers occur in numbers from 15 to 20 per umbel and umbels are produced all summer long.  They are wonderful choices for cut flowers.  This tough and enduring plant is tolerant of drought and cold but performs best if watered regularly and protected during winter.  It also adapts easily to various soil and climatic conditions.  This native of Transvaal, Cape Province and Rhodesia is hardy in zones 6 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Tulbaghia violacea 'Tricolor' (variegated society garlic) - An exciting, variegated cultivar with green foliage that is striped and edged with cream and tinged pink when planted in full sun.

1-gallon @ $10.00

tung oil tree:  Please see Aleurites fordii.

Ulmus parvifolia (chinese elm / lacebark elm) - A handsome, fast growing, semi-evergreen, shade tree to 75 feet with a rounded to globose crown and very attractive bark patterns on mature trees.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Ulmus parvifolia 'Drake' (drake elm) - A fast grower of spreading habit with superior, rich, dark green foliage and a sort of weeping habit.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Ungnadia speciosa (mexican buckeye) - A deciduous shrub or small tree to 25 feet tall with dark green foliage and fragrant, rose colored flowers up to 1 inch wide.  Zones 8 - 10.

3-gallon @ $25.00

umbrella plant:  Please see Cyperus.

Vaccinium ashei (rabbiteye blueberry) - A semi-evergreen, suckering shrub to 10 feet tall.  It has pretty, "lily-of-the-valley" type, white to pink (sometimes red) flowers which are followed by blue-black fruit of excellent quality.  At least the cultivars are!  These fruit are generally inch in diameter although some selections are larger.  A native from Georgia to northern Florida and southern Alabama.  This species is hardy in zones 7 - 9.

Vaccinium ashei 'Brightwell' - An upright, vigorous plant to 12 feet tall with large, sweet, light blue fruit of good flavor.  Selected at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia.

 3-gallon @ $20.00

Vaccinium ashei 'Climax' - An upright, open plant to 10 feet tall with large, medium dark blue berries of good flavor.  This clone ripens earlier (late spring) than most others and brings in the blueberry season.  Also has use as an ornamental with its dark green leaves that turn fiery red in fall.  Selected at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Vaccinium ashei 'Premier' - This release from North Carolina State University is a vigorous, broad, upright grower to 10 feet tall with an attractive, overall appearance.  It productively bears fruit of good size, excellent quality and good flavor early in the season.  The stems are red to burgundy and the leaves obtain an orange-red fall color.

 3-gallon @ $20.00

Vaccinium ashei 'Tifblue' - A choice, vigorous, upright growing blueberry up to 14 feet tall for the Deep South with abundant production of large, highly flavored, firm, light blue fruit during mid-summer.  This is the best commercial variety due to appearance, productivity and keeping quality.  Selected at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia.

 3-gallon @ $20.00

Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple'  - A spreading perennial that is literally covered with purple blooms from spring till frost.  Prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.  Zones 6 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00

Viburnum dentatum (southern arrowwood) - A deciduous shrub to 15 feet tall with 5 inch wide corymbs of white flowers in the summer that yield blue-black fruit.  Zones 2- 7.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Viburnum odoratissimum (sweet viburnum) - An evergreen shrub to 30 feet with lustrous, coriaceous foliage and fragrant, cymes of white flowers.  Zones 8 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Viburnum macrocephalum 'Sterile' (chinese snowball) - A semi-evergreen shrub to 18 feet tall with huge, dense, globose trusses of all sterile, pure white flowers.  Hardy in zones 6 - 9.

3-gallon @ $30.00

Viburnum plicatum 'Sterile' (japanese snowball) - A medium sized, spreading shrub with large, showy, globose heads of sterile, white flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Viburnum suspensum (sandankwa viburnum) - An evergreen shrub to 11 feet tall with shiny, coriaceous leaves and attractive, pinkish flower clusters.  Hardy in zones 8 - 10.

Viburnum tinus (laurus tinus) - An evergreen shrub to 10 feet with dark green, shiny foliage and pink buds which open to white or pink-white flowers in the winter and spring.  Zones 7 - 10.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Vitex agnus-castus (chaste tree) - An aromatic, deciduous, small tree or large shrub to 15 feet with pretty, foot long panicles of fragrant, blue to lilac flowers.  Zones 7 - 10.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Vitex agnus-castus 'Abbeville Blue' - This clone has deep blue flowers which make it resemble a summer lilac.  The best of the blues!

1-gallon @ $15.00     3-gallon @ $25.00

Vitex agnus-castus 'Patton Pink' - A superb pink flowered selection found amoung thousands of seedlings here in our breeding program.

3-gallon @ $25.00

Vitex agnus-castus 'Silver Spires' - An outstanding, white flowered clone.

3-gallon @ $25.00

walnut:  Please see Juglans.

Weigela florida - A deciduous shrub to 9 feet with masses of extremely showy, campanulate-funnelform, dark rose to light pink flowers in the spring and summer.  Zones 5 - 9.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Weigela florida 'Olympiade' (golden weigela) - The golden chartreuse foliage of this clone contrast nicely with its pink-red flowers.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

Weigela florida 'Variegata' (variegated weigela) - This delightful cultivar and the typical pink flowers plus the added attraction of creamy yellow to golden yellow edges on all the leaves.

1-gallon @ $10.00     3-gallon @ $20.00

willow: Please see Itea and Salix.

wisteria, evergreen:  Please see Millettia.

yew, japanese:  Please see Podocarpus.

Yucca filamentosa (adam's needle) - A clumping, evergreen perennial with a rosette of sword like leaves and nocturnally fragrant, white flowers that are tinged yellow.  Zones 5 - 9.

3-gallon @ $20.00

Zantedeschia aethiopica (florist's calla / garden calla / arum lily / calla lily / pig lily / trumpet lily / common calla / white calla lily) - This is a wonderful, rhizomatous, herbaceous, perennial that is great for use outdoors in zones 7 - 10 and indoors elsewhere.  It get about 3 feet tall with deep green, coriaceous, sagittate leaf blades about 18 inches long and 10 inches wide.  The plant is evergreen in warm climates and herbaceous elsewhere.  The flower stalk rises above the foliage and bears a milky white spathe up to 10 inches long with a pale yellow spadix up to 4 inches long.  This "flower" is fragrant and makes a wonderful specimen for arrangements, lasting up to 2 weeks.  From the flowers, orange berries may be produced.  It can grow in up to 3 feet of water and makes a good focal point in an aquatic garden.  It grows best in moist, fertile soils either in full sun or shade.  In dry areas, the shade in more important.  In cold climates, growing in shallow water essentially acts as growing with a mulch.  This species is native to South Africa (Cape Province, Natal and Transvaal) and Lesotho and has since become naturalized in many areas worldwide.

1-gallon @ $10.00