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Abelia x grand 'Miss Lemon' 3

An outstanding Abelia with bright variegated foliage that is yellow with green centers when young, maturing to ivory and green. Produces a heavy bloom of light pink flowers for a long period of summer and fall.


Azalea 'Girard's Christina' 3

Double rose-red blooms cover the shrub in a profusion of color in late spring. Dense, broadly rounded evergreen shrub with large, glossy green foliage. The leaves take on a Mahogany color in the fall and winter. An excellent choice for a showy border or


Berberis Daybreak 3

Daybreak is a colorful compact barberry that is perfect for small space gardens. The foliage emerges orange-red and eventually matures to bright yellow-gold that doesn't burn or bleach in the summer heat. It forms a beautiful small rounded mound that will


Cephalotaxus h Prostrata 1

Plum yew. This slow-growing dwarf conifer has a wide, rounded crown and narrowly furrowed, partially peeling bark. Needles, 1 to 1.5 inches long, are arranged on V-shaped ranks on each shoot. Perfect for tight spaces. Reaches half its mature size i


Clethra aln 'Sixteen Candles' 3

Compact, erect, creamy white fragrant flower spikes. Densely branched, rounded shrub. Toothed, glossy dark green leaves turn golden brown in fall. Dark brown seed capsules form in late fall and persist into winter. Very attractive to bees & butterflies.


Cotoneaster Streibs Findling 1

An extremely low growing, mounded groundcover with tiny blue-green leaves; white flowers in spring and cherry red fruit in fall; evergreen leaves require adequate snow cover or protection from winter sun and wind in exposed locations. Sun to part sun.


Hamamelis vernalis 'Ozark Witch Hazel' 3

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best flowering is in full sun. Prefers moist, acidic, organically rich soils. Consistent moisture is best (leaf scorch may occur during periods of summer drought). Shr


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