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PLANT CATALOG

Lime Sizzlerâ„¢ Firebush


ROOTED IN INTEGRITY Our goal is simple: We strive to inspire people, through plants and gardening, to grow each day.

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Eric Clark Brand Manager 800-331-2982 ext. 2221 eric_clark@greenleafnursery.com Ben Cecil New Product Coordinator 800-331-2982 ext. 2244 ben_cecil@greenleafnursery.com Ashley Rogers Brand Strategist 800-331-2982 ext. 2389 ashley_rogers@greenleafnursery.com Hope Fitzgerald Marketing Specialist 800-331-2982 ext. 2304 hope_fitzgerald@greenleafnursery.com


Hello, new logo The updated, streamlined hummingbird and modern text work together to create a more current and recognizable logo. Black and white containers continue to be a practical yet contemporary design, performing well in garden centers. Arriving in garden centers spring '18.


What Debut does for you Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. What are the market trends these days? Wait, there’s another social media outlet we need to be on or we will lose the business of all millennials?! Isn’t a hashtag just the pound sign? OK, everyone stay calm. We’re here to do the hard work for you! We reach thousands of consumers on a daily basis through strategically chosen social media, email and print channels, all targeted toward the best-fit audience. There is good news to report: people are interested in gardening! And by people, we mean a lot more than just middle-aged women (shout out to our moms!). Yes, people are interested in gardening, but they need the information and tools to feel confident enough to start digging. And that’s where we truly shine--not only providing unique, dependable plants people want in their gardens, but also providing unique, dependable marketing behind those plants. Years of research and trialing happen behind the scenes before a plant makes its big debut. We discover and receive numerous plants from around the globe for trial each year, but only selections that really stand out and bring something fresh to the industry make the cut for new introductions. So, are you ready to get good things growing? All we ask is that you leave the hashtagging to us.

Campaigns Two email campaigns are sent out per month: Garden Debut® News and Plant of the Month. These campaigns keep Garden Debut® at the front of our customers’ minds and really show off all the cool things we’re doing and the awesome plants we get to grow.

Social We connect and interact with thousands of consumers on a daily basis via social media. In this day and age, these outlets truly are an invaluable business tool. Multiple photos, videos and info-graphics are shared per-week.

Print Ads A staple for any brand, and we take pride in our clean and informational graphic design. You will see Garden Debut® in many of this industry’s top print publications, and our lime-green hummingbird is sure to catch the eye of many other readers, as well.

Redefine Flower

Power .

Blush Elegance

Cherry Pink Prestige

Height: 1.5-2 feet

Height: 1-1.5 feet

Width: 2.5-3 feet

Width: 2-2.5 feet

Bloom Size: 3-3.5 inches

Coral Amazement

Height: 2-2.5 feet

Bloom Size: 3 inches

Red Magnificence

Height: 2-2.5 feet

Width: 2.5-3 feet

Width: 3-4 feet

Bloom Size: 3 inches

Bloom Size: 3 inches

Pink Adoration

White Nobility

Height: 1.5-2 feet

Height: 2.5-3 feet

Width: 2-2.5 feet

Width: 3-4 feet

Bloom Size: 3.5 inches

Bloom Size: 2.5-3 inches

Purple Spectacular

Purple Spectacular™ ReBLOOM Azalea PP24781

Firebrick Fame

Height: 1.5-2 feet

Height: 2-3 feet

Width: 2.5-3 feet

Width: 2.5-3 feet

Bloom Size: 2.5 inches

Bloom Size: 3 inches

Renowned plantsman Bob Head bred this series of eight remarkable ReBLOOM™ Azaleas which have become a popular staple in the Garden Debut® line. Each variety bursts into bloom in the spring, continues with a light summer flowering, and follows up with another mass of blooms in the fall...providing three seasons of Flower Power for garden centers! Cold hardy to Zone 6, these varieties of shade-loving dwarf azaleas present a great selection of color to suit any landscape.

www.gardendebut.com Available from Garden Debut® Network Growers & Greenleaf Nursery Company


TOP SELLERS

Blueberry Smoothieâ„¢ Althea


North (USDA 3-5)

Baby Gem Boxwood Pg 18

Nantucket Blue™ Hydrangea Pg 29

Purple Explosion Liriope Pg 51

Baby Jade™ Boxwood Pg 18

Blue Heaven Butterfly Bush Pg 16

Blueberry Smoothie™ Althea Pg 28

Kokomo Sunset™ Daylily Pg 52

Fuchsia Glow™ Hydrangea Pg 30

South (USDA 6-9)

Snow-n-Summer Asiatic Jasmine Pg 54

Twist of Lime™ Abelia Pg 12

Desperado® Sage Pg 38

Cherry Blast Loropetalum Pg 38

Micron® Holly Pg 32

Lime Sizzler™ Firebush Pg 23

Coral Amazement ReBLOOM Azalea Pg 42

White Nobility ReBLOOM Azalea Pg 43


DEBUTING

2018

Itsy Ritzy™ Glitzy Glow™ Miniature Rose


Tiny Tank™ Dwarf Cast Iron Plant Pg. 14

Windy Hill Butterfly Bush Pg. 16

Zebra Hydrangea Pg. 30

Ebony Rose Crapemyrtle Pg. 34

Skinny Blue Genes™ Black Hills Spruce Pg. 59

Wings Of Fire Weigela Pg. 47

Glitzy Glow™ Miniature Rose Pg. 48

Jazzed Yellow™ Miniature Rose Pg. 48

Opulent Orange™ Miniature Rose Pg. 48

Pink Pinstripes™ Miniature Rose Pg. 48

Roaring Red™ Miniature Rose Pg. 48

Everdi Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Everest Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Everillo Golden Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Everlime Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Everoro Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Eversheen Sedge Grass Pg. 50

Blue Bayou Pampas Grass Pg. 51

Black Pearl™ Redbud Pg. 56

Ragin’ Red™ Dogwood Pg. 58


LET’S GET

Tidal Wave™ Hydrangea


Icon Key Sun

6 hours or more of sunlight

Sun to Partial Shade 2 hours or more of sunlight

Partial Shade

2 to 4 hours of sunlight

Sun to Shade

All levels (hours) of sunlight

Partial Sun

4 to 6 hours of sunlight

Shade to Partial Sun Up to 6 hours of sunlight

Shade

Less than 2 hours of sunlight

GROWING

Bloom Color Deer Tolerant Drought Tolerant Edible Fall Color Fragrant Top Seller New


Twist Of Lemon™ Abelia

Twist Of Lime™ Abelia

Has copper-tinged yellow foliage, gradually turning soft yellow, then green. Bronze fall color with rose highlights. Clusters of small, fragrant, pinkish-white flowers bloom summer to frost. Reaches 3 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide.

This low-maintenance, sunny shrub will make you want to twist and shout! Vivid green and yellow new growth is the perfect backdrop for light pink summertime flowers, adding a refreshing burst of brightness to any landscape, while mature ivory and green variegated foliage ages to perfection. A moderate grower reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and wide, Twist of Lime™ is a brilliant choice for garden beds and borders.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Gretol’

3-5’ T x 5-6’ W

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Hopley’s’

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Twist Of Orange™ Abelia

Twist Of Vanilla™ Abelia

A great shrub with green, gold, orange and red multi-color leaves. Produces clusters of white flowers through the summer and fall. A moderate grower reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. Excellent for mass plantings.

Profuse white flowers bloom amongst white and green variegated foliage in late spring. With a prostrate habit, this Abelia reaches 24 to 36 inches tall and 28 to 32 inches wide. Perfect for massing, container or accent plant.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Gretoo’

P. 12

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Wevo1’ PPAF

24-36” T x 28-32” W


Kaleidoscope Abelia

Abelia x grandiflora ‘Kaleidoscope’ PP16988 The variegated foliage of Kaleidoscope is yellow with green centers. White, bell-shaped flowers in late summer into fall. This Abelia is a myriad of yellows, oranges and reds in fall. Grows to 30 inches tall and 40 inches wide.

USDA 6

30” T x 40” W

Radiance Abelia

Neverland Lily Of The Nile

Silvery-green and creamy white variegated foliage is held on bright red stems. In late summer, plants are covered in small, trumpetshaped, fragrant white blooms. Compact growth habit, reaching 36 inches tall and wide.

This remarkable variegated agapanthus is real-life fantasy! Lovely lilac flowers top 18-inch scapes in summertime, perfectly complimenting the yellow-edged foliage. Neverland’s tidy, clumping habit makes it perfect for walkways and small gardens, only reaching 12 inches tall and wide. A dream come true for Southern gardens!

USDA 6

USDA 8

x grandiflora ‘Radiance’ PP21929

36” T x 36” W

Agapanthus ‘Neverland’ PP28034

12” T x 12” W P. 13


Cousin Itt Acacia

Tiny Tank™ Dwarf Cast Iron Plant

Light green finely textured leaves are sometimes tinged with red and mature to dark green. Low, mounding shrub with a weeping habit matures at 2 to 3 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. Perfect for containers or massing in borders.

A tough foliage plant for foundation plantings or interior use. Dark Evergreen leaves emerge from the ground that are 4-5” wide. Sturdy and easy to grow, matures to 1 ½’ tall by 1’-3’ wide. Very drought tolerant once established.

USDA 9

USDA 7

Acacia cognata ‘ACCOG01’ PP25133

2-3’ T x 4-6’ W

Aspidistra elatior nana PPAF

1.5’ T x 1-3’ W

Admiration Barberry

Golden Rocket Barberry

A shrub guaranteed to make you do a double take! Admiration Barberry lives up to its name, producing a truly admirable color display. Red hot leaves are edged in neon yellow, holding color well through the summer. This barberry is excellent for mass plantings and stands out as an accent plant. Either way, Admiration Barberry is sure to capture attention!

A narrow, upright-growing shrub with showy, bright yellow leaves. This plant will reach 4 to 5 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide at maturity. Makes an excellent accent plant.

USDA 4

USDA 4

Berberis thunbergii ‘Admiration’ PP16921

P. 14

1-2’ T x 1-2’ W

Berberis thunbergii ‘Golden Rocket’ PP18626

4-5’ T x 2-3’ W


Orange Rocket Barberry

Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’ PP18411 Orange you excited about this opulent barberry?! And for good reason! Orange Rocket will catapult your landscape to the next level with its explosive near-neon new growth and vertical growth-habit. Use as a garden accent to make any spot pop!

USDA 4

5-6’ T x 2-3’ W

Tiny Gold Barberry

Cranrazz Butterfly Bush

A very compact dwarf shrub with bright, sunshine yellow foliage. This low maintenance shrub matures at 1 to 2 feet tall and wide. This variety is perfect for mixed borders and mass plantings.

Small, fragrant, raspberry red flowers on 8-inch panicles bloom against green foliage from summer until frost. Matures at 5 to 6 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Great for borders or landscape plantings.

USDA 4

USDA 5

Berberis thunbergii ‘Tiny Gold’ PP17084

1-2’ T x 1-2’ W

Buddleia ‘Boscranz’ PP25730

5-6’ T x 5’ W P. 15


Asian Moon Butterfly Bush

Blue Heaven Butterfly Bush

Fragrant, light-purple flowers bloom from summer to frost. The seeds of these flowers are sterile and this results in more flowers. Will reach 5 to 7 feet tall and wide at maturity. Excellent choice for mixed borders.

Can you hear the angels singing? Well that’s because they just planted a Blue Heaven Butterfly Bush in their garden! This divine buddleia blooms from summer to frost while retaining a perfectly petite growth habit. Blue flowers radiate against ethereal silver foliage...a glimpse of heaven on Earth!

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buddleia ‘Asian Moon’

5-7’ T x 5-7’ W

Buddleia ‘Podaras #8’ PP22069

2-2.5’ T x 2-3’ W

Fourth Of July Butterfly Bush

Windy Hill Butterfly Bush

An explosion of color erupts in the landscape with this combination of pink, purple and white flower spikes that bloom from summer to frost on a plant reaching 5 to 10 feet high and 4 to 8 feet wide. Perfect for mixed borders.

Showy fragrant lilac flowers with an orange eye bloom from mid summer to fall. Has grayish-green foliage and an upright spreading growth habit. Averages 5 feet tall and wide. Excellent as a specimen, in masses or in mixed borders.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buddleia davidii ‘Grefoj’

P. 16

5-10’ T x 4-8’ W

Buddleia davidii ‘Windy Hill’

5’ T x 5’ W


True Blue Butterfly Bush Buddleia ‘Bostulu’ PP25708

Small blue flowers on large panicles bloom against silver grey foliage from summer until frost. Has strong stems and upright habit, maturing at 4 to 6 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Great for borders and landscape plantings.

USDA 5

4-6’ T x 6’ W

Vanilla Treat™ Butterfly Bush

Tutti Fruitti Butterfly

This lush buddleia is not only a treat for the butterflies; it’s a treat for your landscape too! Light green leaves serve as the perfect backdrop for huge, fragrant ivory flowers from summer to frost. Stick this shrub in a sunny spot and watch it go to work!

This shrub can easily feed a family of 32! Butterflies, that is. Fragrant fuchsia flowers cover this buddleia from summer to frost, never losing bloom power! This buddleia completely out-flowers the competition, being the first to put on buds and the last to stop blooming. Sweetsmelling blossoms and beautiful butterflies? Bring it on.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buddleia ‘Grevantrt’

3-5’ T x 3-5’ W

Buddleia ‘Podaras #13’ PP22177

2-2.5’ T x 2-3’ W P. 17


Baby Jade™ Boxwood

Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Grejade’ PP26656 Baby Jade Boxwood is here and it’s kind of a big deal. Think of this boxwood as Baby Gem’s more petite, compact and better-looking cousin...because that’s exactly what it is! Super-fine evergreen foliage holds its hue throughout the year and makes for perfectly dense hedges. The small but mighty 3x3 stature also works wonderfully for smaller gardens or focal areas. USDA 5

3’ T x 3’ W

Baby Gem Boxwood

Emerald Knoll® Boxwood

Oh, Baby Gem Boxwood. Can you just name one thing you’re bad at? ´Cause we can’t. Borders, focal areas, planters, hedges: Baby Gem is on it. It must be exhausting to be such a versatile shrub, but this compact boxwood does it all with a smile.

A low, mounding, spreading Boxwood with rich, emerald leaves that hold their color throughout winter and will not bronze. Reaches 1.5 to 2 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide at maturity.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Gregem’ PP21159

P. 18

4’ T x 4-5’ W

Buxus x ‘RLH-BI’ PP24443

1.5-2’ T x 3-4’ W


Golden Dream Boxwood

Green Borders™ Boxwood

A compact, rounded shrub has bright green foliage edged in a golden yellow. This slow-growing evergreen will reach 2 feet tall and wide at maturity. Thrives in moist, well-drained soil. Very resistant to Boxwood blight.

This fine-textured Boxwood has dark green foliage and features a more horizontal branching habit. A natural, low-maintenance shrub maturing at 2 to 3 feet high and 3 to 4 feet wide.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buxus microphylla ‘PEERGOLD’ PP16052

2’ T x 2’ W

Buxus microphylla ‘Grebor’

2-3’ T x 3-4’ W

Emerald Moon™ Boxwood

Shadow Sentry™ Boxwood

Variegated foliage on this Boxwood is deep green with a light creamy border and a lighter green on new shoots. A dense, compact, mounding variety that averages 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. Excellent for hedges.

An upright, pyramidal Boxwood with medium green leaves that retain their color in winter. Reaches 8 feet tall by 3 feet wide. An excellent landscape plant.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Buxus sempervirens ‘Variegata’

6-8’ T x 6-8’ W

Buxus ‘DSNH 1216’

8’ T x 3’ W P. 19


Snazzy Brass™ Trumpet Creeper

Madame Rosy® Trumpet Creeper

Vigorous climber with beautiful golden-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers spring through fall. Only needs occasional watering once established. Will grow 25 to 30 feet with support. Perfect for trellises and fences.

A well-mannered, deciduous vine displaying clusters of large, intense rose-colored flowers that bloom from spring through fall. Will grow 10 to 15 feet when supported. Perfect on trellises and fences.

USDA 4

USDA 4

Campsis radicans ‘Gresnbr’

25-30’ T x as trained

Campsis x ‘HOMR’ PP18394

10-15’ T x As trained

Red Premier™ Quince

Prairie Fire Dogwood

A vigorous shrub with a dense form, intertwining branches and beautiful early spring double red flowers. Matures at 3 to 4 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Bright spring flowers are great in mixed borders and beds or planted in masses.

Creamy-white flowers appear in late spring followed by white berries in mid-summer. Bright golden leaves fade to a soft yellow and then turn red in fall. Red to orange-red stems provide winter interest. Matures at 5 feet tall and wide.

USDA 5

USDA 3

Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Greredpre’

P. 20

3-4’ T x 4’ W

Cornus alba ‘Prairie Fire’

5’ T x 5’ W


Touch Of Elegance™Dogwood

Winter Canary™ Dogwood

Pink new growth surrounds light green and white leaves, covering this compact Dogwood. Small, creamy-white flowers in late spring. Brilliant red stems provide color in winter. Grows to 3 feet tall and wide. Excellent for mass plantings.

Clusters of creamy white flowers bloom at the end of branches in late spring. This large spreading shrub with bright yellow stems provides significant winter interest. Grows 6 to 8 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide.

USDA 4

USDA 3

Cornus alba ‘Staltouch’ PP10771

3’ T x 3’ W

Cornus alba ‘Grecan’

6-8’ T x 5-6’ W

Garden Glow Dogwood

Irish Setter™ Dogwood

Vivid chartreuse yellow leaves pop in the summer, complimented by dainty white flowers through the season. Foliage then gets festive for the fall, turning an autumnal burgundy red. But wait; there’s more! Foliage drops in the winter, revealing gorgeous red twigs, perfect for use in flower arrangements or just to add a little color to normally bland winter landscapes. What more could this dogwood possibly do for you?!

A large Dogwood with dark green leaves that turn beautiful maroon in fall. The young twigs turn a showy, bright red in winter. White flowers appear in spring. Grows to 12 feet tall and wide. Excellent for mass plantings.

USDA 4

USDA 3

Cornus hesseyii ‘Garden Glow’

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Cornus racemosa ‘J.N. Red Stem’

12’ T x 12’ W P. 21


Northern Borders™ Variegated Cotoneaster Polar Flare™ Bush Honeysuckle Cotoneaster horizontalis ‘Variegatus’

Diervilla lonicera ‘Grepofl’

A semi-evergreen with green leaves edged in white. Lovely orangered fall color compliments the shiny red fruit. White flowers appear in spring. Matures at 2 to 3 feet tall with a 5 to 8 foot spread.

Lemon-yellow trumpet-shaped flowers bloom along the branches in early summer. Foliage emerges a dark burgundy in spring and turns to a dark green. A multi-stemmed and rounded shrub grows 3 to 5 feet tall and wide. Ideal for mass plantings.

USDA 5

USDA 3

2-3’ T x 5-8’ W

3-5’ T x 3-5’ W

Diamondback Epilobium

Showy Border™ Forsythia

Amazing red-orange flowers bloom summer through fall on every branch. A low, spreading plant that will reach 1 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. Drought tolerant and very low maintenance.

Large, bright yellow flowers appear each year in early spring, followed by medium green foliage. This deer and drought tolerant Forsythia is a moderate grower, reaching 8 to 10 feet tall and wide. Beautiful as a landscape specimen.

USDA 9

USDA 5

Epilobium californicum ‘Diamondback’ PP27173

P. 22

1-2’ T x 2-3’ W

Forsythia x intermedia ‘Spectabilis’

8-10’ T x 8-10’ W


Crown Jewel Gardenia

Gardenia augusta ‘Crown Jewel’ PP19896 It’s true...this gardenia smells that good. Yes, its ruffly white flowers are beautiful. Yes, its emerald green foliage is admirable. Yes, its low, spreading growth habit makes it an ideal choice for garden beds. But the fragrance. Trust us.

USDA 6

2-3’ T x 4-5’ W

Celestial Star Gardenia

Lime Sizzler™ Firebush

A remarkably fragrant shrub, producing striking white double flowers with heavy bloom in spring and a follow-up show in fall. Grows 4 feet tall and wide, and is a perfect choice for mixed borders and beds.

This flashy Firebush features bright green and yellow foliage with sizzling red-orange flowers from spring through fall. Upright spreader reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. Perfect for creating a showy hedgerow or as an accent plant.

USDA 7

USDA 9

Gardenia jasminoides ‘Celestial Star’ PPAF

4’ T x 4’ W

Hamelia patens ‘Grelmsiz’ PP26247

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W P. 23


Peaches And Cream Grevillea Grevillea ‘Peaches and Cream’ PP18035

Exotic, fragrant, long cylindrical clusters are two-toned peach and cream. Has narrow gray-green foliage and matures at 5 to 6 feet tall and wide. Drought tolerant. Beautiful in mass plantings.

USDA 9

5-6’ T x 5-6’ W

Blue Angel™ Althea

White Angel® Althea - Single

Masses of large, single blue flowers adorn this compact plant all summer through fall. Tolerates a variety of soil types and moisture conditions. Reaches 6 to 8 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Drought tolerant. Adds gorgeous color to landscapes.

Masses of large, single white flowers adorn this compact plant summer through fall, bringing brightness to any landscape. Tolerates a variety of soil types and moisture conditions. Reaches 5 to 8 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Drought tolerant.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Greba’

P. 24

6-8’ T x 5’ W

Hibiscus syriacus ‘Grewa’

6-8’ T x 5’ W


Big Hit™ Red Hardy Hibiscus Hibiscus ‘Happa Red’

Features prolific 6 to 8-inch red flowers that bloom from late summer to fall. A hybrid between American and Asian species that provides hardiness and showiness. Reaches 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Has very disease resistant foliage.

USDA 6

5’ T x 3’ W

Big Hit™ White Hardy Hibiscus Hibiscus ‘Happa White’

Prolific 6 to 8-inch white flowers with a deep pink throat bloom from late summer to fall. A hybrid between American and Asian species that provides hardiness and showiness. Grows 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Has disease resistant foliage.

USDA 6

5’ T x 3’ W

Big Hit™ Pink Hardy Hibiscus Hibiscus ‘Happa Pink’

Prolific 6 to 8-inch pink flowers with a dark pink throat bloom late summer to fall. A hybrid between American and Asian species that provides hardiness and showiness. Reaches 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Has very disease resistant foliage.

USDA 6

5’ T x 3’ W

Big Hit™ Triple Hardy Hibiscus

Hibiscus ‘Happa Red’, ‘Happa Pink’, ‘Happa White’ Triple feature of mixed 6 to 8-inch red, pink, and white flowers blooming from late summer to fall. Reaches 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. An American and Asian species hybrid providing hardiness and showiness. Has disease resistant foliage.

USDA 6

5’ T x 3’ W

P. 25


Big Bang Hibiscus

Cecelia Hibiscus

Celtic Sun Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Big Bang’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Cecelia’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Celtic Sun’

Bright canary yellow flowers bloom profusely spring through fall against dark green foliage. Has a densely-branched, compact growth habit and reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent in containers or as a colorful specimen.

A profusion of large, showy red double flowers, set against a background of dark green foliage. Blooms from spring through fall. Grows to a height of 4 to 5 feet and a width of 3 to 4 feet.

Striking yellow flowers with a bright pink eye that bleeds to light pink, bloom in summer against dark green foliage. Has a denselybranched, compact growth habit and reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent as a colorful specimen.

USDA 10

USDA 10

USDA 10

4’ T x 3’ W

4-5’ T x 3-4’ W

4’ T x 3’ W

Dark Heart Hibiscus

Tangerine Dream™ Hibiscus

Feeling Hot Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Dark Heart’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Double Orange’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Feeling Hot’

Impressive large red flowers with a darker red eye bloom against dark green foliage. A densely-branched compact shrub reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent in containers or as a colorful specimen.

A profusion of large, showy double orange flowers, set against a background of dark green foliage. Blooms from spring through fall when placed in a well drained, full sun planting site. Grows 4 to 6 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide.

Vivid strawberry-red flowers bloom profusely against dark green foliage spring through fall. Has a densely-branched, compact growth habit and reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent in containers or as a colorful specimen.

USDA 10

USDA 10

USDA 10

P. 26

4’ T x 3’ W

4-6’ T x 4-5’ W

4’ T x 3’ W


Rumrunner Hibiscus

Orange Seduction Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Rumrunner’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Orange Seduction’

Showy 6 to 7-inch rich purple and orange blooms with a red eye change to lighter tones as the flower ages. Blooms spring through fall. Has an upright yet contained growth habit and will reach 6 to 8 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide.

A showy burnt orange flower with a pink eye blooms spring through fall against dark green foliage. Has a densely-branched, compact growth habit and reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent in containers or as a colorful specimen.

USDA 10

USDA 10

6-8’ T x 4-6’ W

4’ T x 3’ W

Pink Lemonade Hibiscus

Tiki Bar Hibiscus

Salsa Dancer™ Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Pink Lemonade’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Tiki Bar’

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Variegata’

Striking coral pink flowers with yellow ruffled edges bloom over dark green glossy foliage throughout the summer. This variety will grow 6 to 8 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. Excellent as a border or container plant.

A unique orange-yellow flower with a red base that bleeds out into lower petals blooms in summer against dark green foliage. Has a densely-branched, compact growth habit and reaches 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent container plant.

Has a vibrant red, single Hibiscus flower that blooms throughout the summer. The brilliantly variegated foliage is randomly splashed in shades of green, white, burgundy, red, and pink. Grows 3 to 6 feet tall and wide. Great as an accent.

USDA 9

USDA 10

USDA 9

6-8’ T x 4-6’ W

4’ T x 3’ W

3-6’ T x 3-6’ W P. 27


Blueberry Smoothie™ Althea Hibiscus syriacus ‘DS01BS’ PP26662

Beautiful double bluish-purple blueberry flowers adorn this upright shrub summer through fall. Matures at 8 feet by 4 feet wide. Easily adapts to various soil types and tolerates drought. Excellent for mass plantings. USDA 5

8’ T x 4’ W

Peppermint Smoothie™ Althea Hibiscus syriacus ‘DS04PS’ PP26551

Beautiful double bi-colored red and pink peppermint flowers adorn this upright shrub summer through fall. Matures at 8 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Easily adapts to various soil types and tolerates drought. USDA 5

8’ T x 4’ W

Raspberry Smoothie™ Althea Hibiscus syriacus ‘DS03RS’ PP27196

Beautiful double raspberry flowers adorn this upright shrub from summer through fall. Matures at 8 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Easily adapts to various soil types and tolerates drought. Excellent for mass plantings. USDA 5

8’ T x 4’ W

Strawberry Smoothie™ Althea Hibiscus syriacus ‘DS02SS’

Beautiful double pink strawberry flowers adorn this upright shrub summer through fall. Matures at 8 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Easily adapts to various soil types and tolerates drought. Excellent for mass plantings. USDA 5

8’ T x 4’ W

Can’t decide? Try Smoothie™ Fusion for a blend of all varieties!

P. 28


Lil’ Annie™ Hydrangea

Nantucket Blue™ Hydrangea

Hydrangea arborescens ‘Greannie’

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘GRENAN’

Clusters of showy white flowers are produced on stiff, upright branches from spring through summer. A very cold hardy, vigorous, rounded grower reaching 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. Excellent for mass plantings.

So you don’t have millions of dollars to spend on a vacation home in Nantucket...Don’t be blue; buy Blue! Nantucket Blue™ Hydrangea, to be precise. This repeat-blooming shrub will transport you to the coast from spring through summer with serene, pastel-blue* blossoms. Feel the breeze, smell the salty air...hey, you’re more relaxed already! *Tip: Acidify the soil to ensure blue blooms.

USDA 3

USDA 4

3-4’ T x 3-4’ W

4-6’ T x 4-6’ W

Pistachio Hydrangea

Wedding Gown Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Horwack’ PP25577

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Dancing Snow’ PP21052

Rounded flowers have petals that are variably trimmed in scarlet and pistachio with a blue eye and rebloom against bright green foliage. Blooms spring through fall. A compact grower reaching 3 to 4 feet tall and 3 to 5 feet wide.

Double white flowers start out rounded and spread into lacecaps with age. Flowering begins in spring and continues through fall. A compact plant with sturdy stems reaches 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. Ideal for a small garden or container.

USDA 5

USDA 5

3-4’ T x 3-5’ W

3-4’ T x 3-4’ W P. 29


Zebra Hydrangea

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Zebra’ PP18688 Green flowers turn to white and measure 3 inches tall and 5 inches wide, and bloom all summer. The contrasting near-black stems provide a striking combination. Matures at 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide.

USDA 5

4’ T x 3’ W

After Midnight Hydrangea

Fuchsia Glow™ Hydrangea

Dark pink to purplish blue flower balls bloom from summer through fall. Flower color is retained for a long period of time. Mature size is 4 feet tall and wide. Excellent choice for mass plantings.

A repeat blooming Hydrangea with vibrant fuchsia-pink flowers in spring through fall. A cold hardy plant with a compact growth habit, reaching 2 to 4 feet tall and wide. Perfect as an accent plant or in mass plantings.

USDA 6

USDA 4

Hydrangea macrophylla x serrata ‘After Midnight’

P. 30

4’ T x 4’ W

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Grefuglo’

2-4’ T x 2-4’ W


Pearls N’ Pink™ Hydrangea

Low Tide™ Hydrangea

A compact Hydrangea with summer white flower panicles on sturdy stems cloaked with thick, dark green leaves. Blooms through fall and flowers age to a pretty pink as the season progresses. A dwarf plant reaching 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

This Hydrangea has strong stems and dense, white flowers that flush to pink from summer through fall. Reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide. This RHS Award of Garden Merit winner will put any garden in mint condition.

USDA 3

USDA 3

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Grepearlpk’

3’ T x 4’ W

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Silver Dollar’

4-5’ T x 5-6’ W

Tidal Wave™ Hydrangea

White Caps™ Hydrangea

Huge, conical, cream-colored flowers appear on stiff branches from summer through fall. Grows to a large 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide if left unpruned. Shear back in early spring for a more dense growth habit.

A showy Hydrangea with an impressive succession of creamy-white flowers that bloom from summer through fall. Grows to 5 to 6 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide. This RHS Award of Garden Merit winner puts on a grand show in the garden.

USDA 3

USDA 3

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Phantom’

8-10’ T x 6-8’ W

Hydrangea paniculata ‘Dolly’

5-6’ T x 5-6’ W P. 31


Cherry Bomb Holly Ilex ‘Cherry Bomb’

A slow-growing Holly features glossy, dark green leaves and large red berries that persist from fall to spring. Grows 4 to 5 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Excellent for foundation planting, mixed border or as a specimen.

USDA 6

4-5’ T x 3-4’ W

Micron® Holly

Christmas Jewel® Holly

The diminutive leaves on this Holly make a distinctive mounding shrub that is much more compact than the typical Dwarf Yaupon Holly. Mature size is 1 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide.

O Christmas Jewel®, O Christmas Jewel®, how lovely are thy branches! Really, though. This self-pollinating holly touts huge Rudolph-red berries against dense, polished green, wreath-worthy foliage, and is perfect for use as a screen or specimen. You’ll be cultivating Christmas spirit all year long with this shining star in your landscape!

USDA 7

USDA 6

Ilex vomitoria ‘Gremicr’ PP21168

P. 32

1-2’ T x 2-3’ W

Ilex x ‘HL10-90’ PP14477

10’ T x 6-8’ W


Lucky Leaf™ Holly

Sharum’s Shamrock™ Holly

Mounding broadleaf evergreen with striking red new growth turning lustrous green when fully expanded. Matures at 6 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Red fruit in winter when pollinator is present. Makes an excellent hedge.

This Holly has a oval shape with lustrous deep green foliage that is somewhat coarse in texture. Matures at 8 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Red fruits in winter when pollinator is present. Excellent as a hedge.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Ilex ‘EN1’ PPAF

6’ T x 8’ W

Ilex ‘EN2’ PPAF

8’ T x 6’ W

Eureka Gold ™ Dwarf Yaupon

Short N’ Sweet™ Sweetspire

A compact, outwardly spreading Dwarf Yaupon Holly with striking yellow-green leaves. Will reach 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. Excellent as an accent plant or in mass plantings.

A compact Sweetspire with fragrant white flowers in late spring and beautiful, burgundy fall foliage. This deer resistant plant reaches 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Excellent in mass plantings or mixed borders.

USDA 6

USDA 5

Ilex vomitoria ‘HOGY’ PP20786

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Itea virginica ‘Merlot’

3’ T x 4’ W P. 33


Ebony Embers Crapemyrtle

Ebony Fire Crapemyrtle

Ebony Flame Crapemyrtle

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony Embers’

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony Fire’

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony Flame’

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA has red hot blooms with contrasting, intense black leaves. Blooms from summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA has vibrant, crimson red blooms offset by intense black leaves. Blooms from summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA has vibrant, dark red blooms offset by intense black leaves. Blooms from summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

USDA 7

USDA 7

USDA 7

10-12’ T x 8’ W

10-12’ T x 8’ W

10-12’ T x 8’ W

Ebony Glow Crapemyrtle

Ebony And Ivory Crapemyrtle

Ebony Rose Crapemyrtle

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony Glow’

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony and Ivory’

Lagerstroemia x ‘Ebony Rose’

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA has blush pink, nearly white blooms with contrasting, intense black leaves. Blooms from summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA has striking white blooms with contrasting, intense black leaves. Blooms from summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

This Crapemyrtle released by the USDA features hot pink flowers with contrasting intense black leaves, blooming summer through fall. Grows 10 to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Excellent as an accent plant.

USDA 7

USDA 7

USDA 7

P. 34

10-12’ T x 8’ W

10-12’ T x 8’ W

10-12’ T x 8’ W


Drury Crimson™ Crapemyrtle

Enduring Summer™ Fuchsia Crapemyrtle

Enduring Summer™ Lavender Crapemyrtle

Lagerstroemia ‘GV1125’

Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG-III’ PP23178

Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG B4’ PP25195

Produces amazing deep crimson-red flowers from summer to fall. Burgundy new growth shines against dark green mature foliage reaching 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. Named to uphold Drury University’s pride in its school color of crimson.

Clusters of fuchsia blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-size variety grows 4 to 5 feet tall and wide with a tight growth habit.

Clusters of lavender-pink blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-sized Crapemyrtle reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.

USDA 6

USDA 6

USDA 6

3-4’ T x 3-4’ W

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Enduring Summer™Pink Crapemyrtle

Enduring Summer™ Red Crapemyrtle

Enduring Summer™ White Crapemyrtle

Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG B2’ PP25477

Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG B5’ PP25476

Lagerstroemia ‘PIILAG-I’ PP23168

Clusters of pink blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-size Crapemyrtle reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.

Clusters of bright true scarlet-red blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-size Crapemyrtle reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.

Clusters of white blooms appear summer through fall against the glossy green foliage. Leaves emerge tinged with red and turn to dark green. This mid-size Crapemyrtle reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.

USDA 6

USDA 6

USDA 6

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W P. 35


Princess Lyla™ Crapemyrtle Lagerstroemia x ‘GA 0804’

Rose pink flowers bloom from summer through fall above dark green leaves that turn gold in fall. A beautiful shrub that reaches 1 to 2 feet tall and wide. Perfect for beds, containers and mass plantings. USDA 6 P. 36

1-2’ T x 1-2’ W


Princess Holly Ann™ Crapemyrtle

Princess Jaden™ Crapemyrtle

Cherry-red flowers from summer through fall crown the leaves that emerge a copper-red, turn deep green in summer and purple-red in fall. A beautiful shrub that reaches 4 feet tall and wide. Perfect for mass plantings.

Lavender flowers bloom from summer through fall over the dark green leaves that turn copper to reddish purple in fall. A beautiful shrub that reaches 1 to 2 feet tall and wide. Perfect for borders, containers and mass plantings.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Lagerstroemia x ‘GA 0701’

4’ T x 4’ W

Lagerstroemia x ‘GA 0810’

1-2’ T x 1-2’ W

Princess Kylie™ Crapemyrtle

Princess Zoey™ Crapemyrtle

Magenta flowers from summer through fall bloom above undulating gray green leaves. A beautiful shrub that reaches 4-5 feet tall and wide. Perfect for mass plantings. This variety is drought tolerant.

Red and pink flowers bloom from summer through fall above dark green leaves that turn reddish-purple in fall. A moderate grower that reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Perfect for mass plantings.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Lagerstroemia x ‘GA 0803’

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Lagerstroemia x ‘GA 0702’

4-5’ T x 3’ W P. 37


Desperado® Sage

Nantucket Privet

Don’t let the gorgeous lavender blooms fool you, this Texas sage is ready to take on anything summer can throw its way. Shimmering silver foliage flourishes in the sunshine and withstands both extremely high heat and low water supply. Come to your senses and cultivate Desperado® Sage in your landscape...you won’t regret it!

A deciduous (semi-evergreen in warmer climates) shrub, tolerant of many harsh soil conditions. Has white spring flowers and ovalshaped dark green leaves that are yellow-green beneath. Reaches 10 to 15 feet tall and wide and can be sheared.

USDA 8

USDA 5

Leucophyllum frutescens ‘Greado’

6’ T x 4-6’ W

Ligustrum ovalifolium

10-15’ T x 10-15’ W

All-A-Glow™ Dwarf Nandina

Cherry Blast Loropetalum

Vibrant red and green leaves throughout the season with very striking, narrow burgundy new growth. Has creamy white spring flowers. Outstanding red color in the fall. This Dwarf Nandina grows to 3 feet high with a similar spread.

Compact shrub featuring deep, vivid red fringe-like flowers in spring. Has a very uniform shape and will mature at 6 feet tall and wide. Extremely dark burgundy foliage stands up against the blistering sun all summer long.

USDA 6

USDA 7

Nandina domestica ‘Burgundy Wine’

P. 38

3’ T x 3’ W

Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum ‘Cherry Blast’

6’ T x 6’ W


Beijing Beauty™ Mahonia

Red Fury™ Photinia

Clusters of bright white and yellow flowers bloom in fall and persist into winter giving way to blue-black berries that last until spring. Has interesting spiny green foliage and matures at 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide.

New foliage is reddish copper at the tip and dons white spring flowers. A vigorous grower reaching 8 to 10 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide. This variety is heat tolerant. Excellent choice for hedges and barrier plantings.

USDA 7

USDA 7

Mahonia ‘sPg-3-071’

10’ T x 6’ W

Photinia ‘Parsur’ PP19390

8-10’ T x 5-6’ W

Cinnamon Stick™ Ninebark

Lemon Candy Ninebark

A unique Ninebark with bright yellow-green new growth fading into burgundy. Compact branching habit, displaying bright red stems under deeply cut, finely serrated leaves. Reaches 5 to 6 feet tall and wide. White blooms appear in summer.

Bright, yellow-green colored leaves last from spring to fall with white flowers in the spring. Matures at 5 feet tall and spreads to 6 feet. Excellent to use for mixed borders and small hedges. Drought tolerant.

USDA 3

USDA 3

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Grecinstick’

5-6’ T x 5-6’ W

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Podaras 3’ PP22362

5’ T x 6’ W P. 39


Southern Lady® Pieris

Centre Court™ Cherry Laurel

This little miss was born in Louisiana and flourishes all through the South, even up to Zone 6. Pale white, pendulous blooms appear in early spring against shimmering green leaves, adding elegant allure wherever she is planted...and couldn’t every landscape use a little southern charm?

Low-maintenance. Enchanting springtime fragrance. Evergreen. Did we just describe the perfect home accent plant? Perhaps...and Centre Court™ Cherry Laurel delivers all that and more. Dense, glossy green leaves make a gorgeous privacy screen as well! Create the landscape your neighbors will wish they had with the use of this enviable cherry laurel.

USDA 6

USDA 7

Pieris japonica ‘Greprs’ PP23584

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Prunus caroliniana ‘GRECCT’

30’ T x 15’ W

Everbrite™ Cherry Laurel

Tickled Pink™ Indian Hawthorn

Clusters of fragrant, tiny white flowers bloom in spring followed by small, black berries with glossy green leaves. This upright evergreen has an exceptionally dense growth habit reaching 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.

Striking star-shaped pink flowers bloom in spring producing a wall of color. In the fall, blue-black ornamental fruit adorns branches. Evergreen shrub with dark green, leathery foliage maturing at 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

USDA 7

USDA 7

Prunus caroliniana ‘Greevbrite’

P. 40

8-10’ T x 6-8’ W

Rhaphiolepis umbellata ‘Cherubs Cup’ PPAF

3’ T x 4’ W


Abbey’s Re-View® Rhododendron

Golden Sunshine Willow

An evergreen shrub that will be covered with pinkish-lavender flowers starting in early spring and occurring again in the fall. It is extremely heat tolerant and will quickly reach 6 to 8 feet tall and wide. Excellent for mass plantings.

The rich, almost solid gold foliage emerges in early spring and keeps bright chrome color until turning chartreuse in autumn. Vigorous and adaptable, will grow 15 to 18 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide. Perfect as a landscape specimen.

USDA 5

USDA 4

Rhododendron hybrid ‘GREARV’

6-8’ T x 6-8’ W

Salix sachalinensis ‘Golden Sunshine’ PP19370

15-18’ T x 5-7’ W

Black Tower Elderberry

Morden Golden Glow Elderberry

A very upright shrub selected for its dark purple-black leaves. Twotone pink flowers bloom in summer followed by purple berries in the fall. Quickly reaches 6 to 8 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Great for narrow spaces.

Fine-textured golden foliage ages to a rich green. Foliage often emerges with a reddish tint, along with creamy-white flowers in spring followed by red berries in fall. A compact mounded form grows to 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.

USDA 4

USDA 3

Sambucus nigra ‘Effel1’ PP23633

6-8’ T x 3-4’ W

Sambucus racemosa ‘Morden Golden Glow’

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W P. 41


Blush Elegance™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

Cherry Pink Prestige™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

These over-achieving bloomers outdo themselves from spring to fall! Abundant blossoms appear in spring, followed by a light summer flower before yet another wave of blooms fully envelops every inch of these truly remarkable re-blooming azaleas. Create a show-stopping hedgerow or fill out a small garden with these beauties and discover the new definition of “Flower Power!”

A reblooming Azalea with masses of cherry pink, semi-double flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then lots of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 1 to 1.5 feet tall and 2 to 2.5 feet wide. Perfect for mass plantings.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-12P0’ PP24467

1.5-2’ T x 2.5-3’ W

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-5P1’ PP24975

1-1.5’ T x 2-2.5’ W

Coral Amazement™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

Firebrick Fame™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

A reblooming Azalea with masses of coral, triple-petal flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 2 to 2.5 feet tall and 2.5 to 3 feet wide.

A reblooming Azalea with masses of large single red-orange flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall and 2.5 to 3 feet wide.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-6P4’ PP24495

P. 42

2-2.5’ T x 2.5-3’ W

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-8P1’ PP24494

2-3’ T x 2.5-3’ W


Pink Adoration™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

Purple Spectacular™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

A reblooming Azalea with masses of large single pink flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 1.5 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 2.5 feet wide.

A reblooming Azalea with masses of single purple flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 1.5 to 2 feet tall and 2.5 to 3 feet wide. Spectacular for mass plantings.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-7P14’ PP24752

1.5-2’ T x 2-2.5’ W

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-13P11’ PP24781

1.5-2’ T x 2.5-3’ W

Red Magnificence™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

White Nobility™ ReBLOOM™ Azalea

A reblooming Azalea with masses of red double flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 2 to 2.5 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Perfect for mass plantings.

A reblooming Azalea with masses of large, single white flowers in spring, some sporadic summer flowers, and then masses of late summer and fall flowers. Grows 2.5 to 3 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Will brighten your landscape.

USDA 6

USDA 6

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-10P18’ PP24493

2-2.5’ T x 3-4’ W

Rhododendron x ‘RLH1-15P3’ PP24750

2.5-3’ T x 3-4’ W P. 43


Sem Sorbaria

Golden Kupcake™ Spiraea

Creamy white flowers bloom late spring to summer above interesting fern-like leaves. Textured leaves begin as pink, red, yellow and green gradually turning dark green by midsummer. A multi-stemmed shrub matures at 4 to 6 feet tall and wide.

This yellow-leafed variety stands up well in full sun and features pink flowers that bloom in the spring. This Spiraea matures at 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Excellent choice for a border plant or for mass plantings.

USDA 2

USDA 4

Sorbaria sorbifolia ‘Sem’ PP16336

4-6’ T x 4-6’ W

Spiraea x bumalda ‘RLH-SBGK’

2’ T x 3’ W

White Frost™ Birchleaf Spiraea

Red Lace™ Spiraea

Clusters of white flowers blanket this mounding plant in spring, appearing much like frost over the green leaves. Rich green leaves turn yellow-gold, bronze and red in autumn. Will reach 2 to 3 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide.

A dwarf Spiraea with clusters of deep red-pink spring blooms that contrast against blue-green leaves. A beautiful shrub that reaches 2 to 3 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. Outstanding as an accent plant or in mass plantings.

USDA 3

USDA 4

Spiraea betulifolia ‘Tor’

P. 44

2-3’ T x 3-4’ W

Spiraea x bumalda ‘Greredlac’

2-3’ T x 4-5’ W


Lighthearted™ Spiraea

Gold Thread™ Spiraea

Leaves are a bright yellow-gold and dark pink flowers bloom in spring. This variety has a uniform and compact growth habit reaching 18 to 24 inches tall and 24 inches wide. Very disease resistant. Deer and drought tolerant.

This spring bloomer produces white flowers before chartreuse, willow-like leaves. It holds its color throughout the summer and turns a coral-orange in the fall. It’s a carefree, vigorous grower, and matures at 3 to 4 feet tall and wide.

USDA 3

USDA 4

Spiraea japonica ‘Grelighthrt’

18-24” T x 24” W

Spiraea thunbergii ‘Ogon’

3-4’ T x 3-4’ W

Crimson Doll™ Lilac

Miss Kim Sweet Treat™ Lilac

Ruby-red buds open in spring to fragrant reddish-pink flowers that quickly fade to light pink. Has attractive, lustrous foliage. Grows 3 to 5 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. A smaller growing Lilac. Will occasionally rebloom in summer.

Lavender spring flowers of this cold-hardy shrub are sweetly fragrant and the dark green leaves turn burgundy in fall. A selection of Miss Kim Lilac, with excellent tolerance to summer heat. Reaches 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide.

USDA 4

USDA 3

Syringa ‘Grecrimdoll’

3-5’ T x 4-6’ W

Syringa patula ‘Greswt’

4-6’ T x 3-4’ W P. 45


Hunny Bun® Cleyera

Spice Island™ Viburnum

An evergreen shrub with golden-orange foliage that is intensified in sunny locations featuring purple flowers that bloom in summer. Grows 4.5 feet tall and wide. Mounding growth habit. Great for borders, landscapes and hedges.

A compact form of Korean Spice Viburnum which develops much more uniformly and matures at one half to two thirds the size of the typical Korean Spice Viburnum. Grows to 5 feet tall and 6 feet in width. Perfect for beds and as a specimen.

USDA 7

USDA 4

Ternstroemia gymnanthera ‘HOHB’ PP20787

4.5’ T x 4.5’ W

Viburnum carlesii ‘JN SELECT A’

5’ T x 6’ W

Sugar N’ Spice™ Viburnum

Shades Of Pink Viburnum

A heavy flowering cultivar with the same sweet-spiced, floral fragrance for which the species is known. Petite white flower clusters are plentiful throughout spring. Grows to 8 feet tall and wide. Excellent as a landscape specimen.

Bright pink buds open to blush pink flowers blooming in spring against shiny dark green leaves. Has a mounded upright growth habit maturing at 4 to 6 feet tall and wide. Useful in a border or as a hedge.

USDA 4

USDA 7

Viburnum carlesii ‘J.N. Select S’

P. 46

8’ T x 8’ W

Viburnum tinus ‘Lisa Rosa’ PP22816

4-6’ T x 4-6’ W


Silver & Gold™ Vinca Minor

Rubies N’ Gold™ Weigela

Outstanding groundcover with green and gold leaves and white flowers in spring. A great evergreen plant that grows 6 inches tall and 6 to 12 inches wide. Makes an excellent groundcover and is deer tolerant.

The beautiful golden-toned leaves of this Weigela make a perfect canvas for the dark red tubular flowers in late spring. New foliage emerges with a fine red margin. Grows 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Prefers more shade in hotter climates.

USDA 5

USDA 4

Vinca minor ‘DSNH 1205’

6” T x 6-12” W

Weigela florida ‘Conanu’

4’ T x 3’ W

Wings Of Fire Weigela

Lavender Falls Wisteria

Large, broad leaves are bronze-colored from early summer to fall, intensified by the sun. Stems are red with pink flowers in early summer. Has a compact habit growing 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. Resistant to wind and rain damage.

This phenomenal Wisteria blooms profusely with large, lavender flower clusters before the foliage in spring, then amazingly reblooms during the growing season. This vine will grow 10 to 20 feet with support.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Weigela florida ‘Wings of Fire’ PP21920

4-5’ T x 4-5’ W

Wisteria floribunda ‘Betty Tam’ PP19655

10-20’ T x as trained P. 47


Jazzed Yellow™ Rosa x ‘Woodstock’

Glitzy Glow™

Opulent Orange™

Rosa x ‘Natalie’

Rosa x ‘95-97’

Roaring Red™ Rosa x ‘Robi’

Pink Pinstripes™ Rosa x ‘74-98’

Itsy Ritzy™ Miniature Roses This series of mini-roses brings the glamour of the 20’s home to your landscape. From iconic red to eye-catching orange to fun multi-colors, every choice is the bee’s knees. Shrubs decorate petite foliage with abundant 2-inch blossoms from spring through summer--prime time for a garden party! USDA 5

P. 48

3’ T x 3’ W


The Champion™ White Rose Rosa ‘Radgardebwhite’ PPAF

This compact grower has 2.5-inch fragrant white flowers that bloom in late spring through summer. A great compact grower reaches 4 feet tall and wide. Excellent disease resistance and is perfect for borders and beds.

USDA 5

4’ T x 4’ W

The Champion™ Yellow Rose

The Grand Champion™ Red Rose

This compact grower dons 2.5-inch yellow flowers that fade to white, bloom in late spring through summer. Reaches 4 feet tall and wide. Excellent disease resistance and is perfect for borders and beds.

This rose seriously knows how to put on a show! Huge, dense blooms adorn dark, clean foliage from late spring through summer, its 3-inch double red blossoms one-upping any other shrub rose in the landscape. This variety creates trophy-worthy borders and performs flawlessly in garden beds as well. It’s clear to see The Grand Champion™ deserves a spot on your team!

USDA 5

USDA 5

Rosa ‘Radgardebyel’ PPAF

4’ T x 4’ W

Rosa ‘Meimacota’ PPAF

4’ T x 4’ W P. 49


Everdi Sedge Grass

Everest Sedge Grass

Everillo Golden Sedge Grass

Carex oshimensis ‘Everdi’ PP25086

Carex oshimensis ‘CarFit01’ PP20955

Carex oshimensis ‘Everillo’ PP21002

Compact Sedge Grass with glossy green blades. Mounding and creeping growth habit in the spring and summer. Matures at 8 to 10 inches tall and 10 to 14 inches wide. Perfect for borders and edging.

Silvery-white margined dark green foliage grows in a mounding fountain shape to 10 inches tall and up to 24 inches wide. Perfect for use in containers, a bright accent in shade gardens, or as a groundcover.

The solid golden foliage of Everillo makes an incredible 1 foot tall by 2 feet wide elegantly weeping evergreen clump of bright golden foliage. Use in mixed containers, and in shade gardens.

USDA 5

USDA 5

USDA 5

8-10” T x 10-14” W

10” T x 24” W

1-2’ T x 1-2’ W

Everlime Sedge Grass

Everoro Sedge Grass

Eversheen Sedge Grass

Carex oshimensis ‘Everlime’ PP25622

Carex oshimensis ‘Everoro’ PP23406

Carex oshimensis ‘Eversheen’ PP25938

This Sedge Grass contains distinctive green foliage with lime margins. Robust with an arching growth habit, matures at 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Ideal for container plants or as a border.

Distinctive green and gold striped foliage grows 12 to 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. The bright foliage and the mounding habit make it perfect for a groundcover, patio or container plant.

Distinctive lime yellow striped foliage with green margins gives this wonderful Sedge Grass a fresh appearance. Matures at 16 inches tall and wide. Perfect for a groundcover or container plant.

USDA 5

USDA 5

USDA 6

P. 50

18” T x 12” W

12-18” T x 12” W

16” T x 16” W


Jet Streams™ Dwarf Pampas Grass

Purple Explosion Liriope

Cortaderia selloana ‘Pumila’

Liriope muscari ‘EXC 051’ PP21352

This outstanding Grass has beautiful ivory plumes displayed in the fall over fine, green, arching leaves. Grows 3 to 5 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. A great choice for smaller gardens, low maintenance landscapes and mass plantings.

A hardy selection featuring exceptional flower counts of deep purple fall blooms that are held above the rich, evergreen weeping foliage. Has a tight clumping habit and averages 8 to 12 inches tall and 8 inches wide. Perfect groundcover.

USDA 7

USDA 5

3-5’ T x 4-6’ W

8-12” T x 8” W

Blue Bayou Pampas Grass

Huron Sunrise Maiden Grass

Crystal Falls® Mondo Grass

Cortaderia selloana ‘Blue Bayou’ PP25937

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Huron Sunrise’

Ophiopogon jaburan ‘HOCF’ PP17430

A dwarf, blue-foliaged Pampas Grass that produces many large ivory plumes in late summer that persist into winter. Has an upright fountain shape that reaches 5 to 6 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Perfect for urns and decorative planters.

A graceful, arching Maiden Grass with profuse large, burgundy plumes appearing from summer through fall. Leaves are dark green turning almond in winter providing a great accent. Grows 5 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide.

A shade-loving, larger Mondo Grass that has stems with star-shaped, white flowers in spring, followed by bright blue berries in winter. Clumps of dark green, wide leaves grow 24 to 30 inches tall and wide.

USDA 6

USDA 4 5-6’ T x 3-4’ W

USDA 7 24-30” T x 24-30” W

5-6’ T x 5’ W

P. 51


Kokomo Sunset™ Daylily Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-02’ PP22181

An early-blooming Daylily has golden flowers and a red eye. A long bloom season and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings. Exhibits good rust resistance. USDA 5 P. 52

15-18” T x 8-12” W


Aruba Red™ Daylily

Bahama Pink Sky™ Daylily

Bermuda Peach™ Daylily

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-11’ PP23095

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-01’ PP23096

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-08’ PP23402

An early-blooming Daylily with dark red flowers. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings and perennial beds. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

An early-blooming Daylily with pink flowers exhibiting a red throat. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

An early-blooming Daylily with ruffled peach flowers. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings and perennial beds. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

USDA 5

USDA 5

USDA 5

15-18” T x 8-12” W

15-18” T x 8-12” W

15-18” T x 8-12” W

Jamaica Sunrise™ Daylily

Key Largo Moon™ Daylily

Montego Melon™ Daylily

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-12’ PP23403

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-16’ PP23113

Hemerocallis x ‘SPd 06-13’ PP23112

An early-blooming Daylily with orange-red flowers and a yellow throat. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

An early-blooming Daylily with dark yellow flowers. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings and perennial beds. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

An early-blooming Daylily with soft yellow blooms. A long bloom season, and multiple flowering cycles are perfect for mass plantings and perennial beds. Exhibits good rust resistance. Reaches 15 to 18 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches wide.

USDA 5

USDA 5

USDA 5

15-18” T x 8-12” W

15-18” T x 8-12” W

15-18” T x 8-12” W P. 53


Snow-N-Summer™ Asiatic Jasmine Trachelospermum asiaticum ‘HOSNS’

If you’re looking for a common, run-of-the-mill groundcover jasmine, we are sorry to say Snow-N-Summer™ Asiatic Jasmine just isn’t for you. If you’re looking for a beautifully unique, eye-catching stunner of a statement piece for your garden, well then, you’ve come to the right place. Pink and white new growth elevates this jasmine from “good” to “gotta have it” and even becomes more prominent in the sun! USDA 7

8-10” T x 24-30” W

Grey Guardian™ Juniper

Blushing Delight™ Urban Apple®

This beautiful greyish-blue low spreading Juniper, a sport from Grey Owl, features a tighter growth habit and more vivid color. It is perfect as a foundation plant, growing 2 to 3 feet tall and 3 to 5 feet wide.

This columnar tree is perfect for small landscapes. The apples with a red blush are normal size and will bear fruit the first year planted. Matures at 8 to 10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Two apple varieties are required for pollination.

USDA 4

USDA 4

Juniperus virginiana ‘Greguard’

P. 54

2-3’ T x 3-5’ W

Malus ‘UEB 3727-4’ PP21511

8-10’ T x 3-4’ W


Golden Treat™ Urban Apple® Malus ‘UEB 3358-3’

This columnar tree is perfect for small landscapes. The golden yellow apples are normal sized and will bear fruit the first year planted. Matures at 8 to 10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Two apple varieties are required for pollination.

USDA 4

8-10’ T x 3-4’ W

Tangy Green™ Urban Apple®

Tasty Red™ Urban Apple®

This columnar tree is perfect for small landscapes. The green apples are normal sized and will bear fruit the first year planted. Matures at 8 to 10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Two apple varieties are required for pollination.

This columnar tree is perfect for small landscapes. The bright red apples are normal size and will bear fruit the first year planted. Matures at 8 to 10 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Two apple varieties are required for pollination.

USDA 4

USDA 4

Malus ‘AK-98’

8-10’ T x 3-4’ W

Malus ‘UEB 3449-1’

8-10’ T x 3-4’ W P. 55


Dragon Tears™ Japanese Maple

Summer Red® Maple

A Japanese Maple that has strong horizontal branching with unique, pendulous branch tips. Leaves emerge crimson red, maturing to burgundy red and transitioning to rusty red in the fall. Mature size is 5 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.

A unique selection of native Red Maple that displays outstanding burgundy red leaves in spring. Vigorous growing tree reaching 35 to 40 feet tall and 20 to 25 feet wide. Makes an excellent shade tree.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Acer palmatum ‘JN4’ PP22249

5-10’ T x 6-8’ W

Acer rubrum ‘HOSR’

35-40’ T x 20-25’ W

Black Pearl™ Redbud

Burgundy Hearts® Redbud

A standout from other purple-leaved redbud buds with an extremely deep purple coloration almost to the point the leaves appear black. Reaches 20 feet tall and 25 feet wide. Lavender flowers appear in spring before the foliage.

We heart Burgundy Hearts® Redbud, and you will too! Lovely lavender flowers appear in early spring followed by deep maroon foliage so pretty it makes the other trees jealous. Swoon!

USDA 5

USDA 5

Cercis canadensis ‘JN16’ PPAF

P. 56

20’ T x 25’ W

Cercis canadensis ‘Greswan’ PP19654

15-20’ T x 20-25’ W


The Rising Sun™ Redbud Cercis canadensis ‘JN2’ PP21451

If there was a way to bottle up sunshine and infuse it into a seed, the result would be The Rising Sun™ Redbud. This tree will continue to dazzle you through the season, starting with lush lavender blossoms in early spring, followed by a flush of orange and yellow new growth, fading into vibrant yellow and green mature foliage. This redbud has a very bright future your landscape...pun intended! USDA 5

10-15’ T x 10-15’ W

Summer’s Tower™ Redbud

Ruby Falls Redbud

A tight, upright vase-shaped Redbud tree. Pinkish lavender flowers cover the branches in early spring. Vigorous grower, reaching 20 to 25 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet wide.

This weeping tree has deep purple leaves. Dark rose-purple flowers are borne on the bare stems in early spring. Its unique weeping habit makes it perfect for smaller size yards. Will reach 4 to 6 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Cercis canadensis ‘JN7’ PP25701

20-25’ x 10-12’ W

Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’ PP22097

4-6’ T x 6-8’ W P. 57


Cotton Candy™ Redbud

Ragin’ Red™ Dogwood

Unique pale pink flowers brighten the spring landscape with touches of lavender striations covering the bare branches. Clean medium green foliage holds until turning yellow in fall. Reaches 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide.

A native of the US, this selection sets itself apart with extremely deep red flowers in the spring. The flower display is followed by striking red new growth and a deep burgundy fall color. Grows 25 feet tall and 20 feet wide.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Cercis canadensis ‘Sjo’ PPAF

25’ T x 15’ W

Cornus florida ‘JN13’ PPAF

25’ T x 20’ W

Blue Ray™ Kousa Dogwood

Blue Steel™ Arizona Cypress

Features large blue-green foliage which lies flat against its vaseshaped silhouette. Foliage is attractive all season serving as a backdrop for creamy white spring flowers. Grows 15 to 20 feet tall and wide. Excellent landscape specimen.

Reaching a height of up to 30 feet and a width of 20 feet, this drought tolerant, evergreen variety has attractive blue-gray foliage. Excellent as a landscape specimen.

USDA 5

USDA 7

Cornus kousa chinensis ‘JN6’ PPAF

P. 58

15-20’ T x 15-20’ W

Cupressus arizonica ‘Midlothian BB’

30’ T x 20’ W


Blue Spires™ Juniper

Skinny Blue Genes™ Black Hills Spruce

This Juniper has dense, upright growth habit featuring beautiful bluish-green foliage. Can be used as an accent or hedge, reaching height up to 15 feet.

Has a dense, conical, narrow growth habit reaching 25 feet tall and 8 feet wide. With rich blue needles and cold tolerance, it makes an excellent landscape specimen. Drought and deer tolerant.

USDA 6

USDA 2

Juniperus silicicola ‘RLH-SS1PI’ PPAF

30’ T x 15’ W

Picea glauca var. densata ‘Westervelt’ PPAF

25’ T x 8’ W

Magic Fountain™ Weeping Persimmon

Sky Tower ™ Ginkgo

A distinct selection of native Persimmon noted for its upright growth and weeping branches. Will reach 10 to 15 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide. Can produce fruit in the fall.

A dense, upright slow-growing Ginkgo that reaches 15 to 20 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide. Rich green summer leaves change to golden yellow in the fall.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Diospyros virginiana ‘JN5’ PP25689

10-15’ T x 5-7’ W

Ginkgo biloba ‘JN9’

15-20’ T x 6-10’ W P. 59


Emerald Tower™ Sweetbay Magnolia

Teddy Bear® Magnolia

This tight, upright Magnolia features fragrant, creamy white blooms in spring and summer against glossy green leaves. It matures at 15 to 20 feet tall by 6 to 8 feet wide. Makes a great specimen or accent plant.

A compact southern Magnolia with white flowers that are 6 to 8 inches wide, blooming in late spring. Medium-size, shiny dark green leaves have reddish-brown hairs on the underside. Will grow 15 to 20 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide.

USDA 4

USDA 7

Magnolia virginiana ‘JN8’ PPAF

15-20’ T x 6-8’ W

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Southern Charm’ PP13049

15-20’ T x 8-10’ W

Fire Master™ Black Gum

Rockford Road™ Planetree

A native tree with upright, pyramidal branching. Will grow 50 to 60 feet tall and 25 feet wide. New foliage growth is a bright red, turning dark green during summer and then fiery red in fall.

A Greenleaf selection valued for its white bark all the way to the ground at maturity. A rapid growing tree that will reach 60 to 75 feet tall and wide. Large leaves and an attractive branching structure make this a very striking tree.

USDA 4

USDA 5

Nyssa sylvatica ‘PRP1’ PPAF

P. 60

50-60’ T x 20-25’ W

Platanus x acerifolia ‘GREJTN’

60-75’ T x 60-75’ W


Silverwood™ Sycamore Platanus occidentalis ‘Grenickel’

A Greenleaf selection that has white bark similar to a Eucalyptus. Will reach 75 to 100 feet tall with a similar spread. Large leaves and good branching structure make this a very striking tree.

USDA 4

75-100’ T x 75-100’ W

Lindsey’s Skyward™ Bald Cypress

Peppermint Twist™ Flowering Peach

Naturally upright tree with soft green leaves that turn copper in the fall. Mature size is 25 to 30 feet tall by only 5 to 10 feet wide. Has non-aggressive root system with no surface roots or knees.

A small ornamental tree with light pink double flowers in spring. This variety touts twisted, spiraled branches that add year-round interest to the landscape. Grows 10 to 15 feet tall and 5 to 10 feet wide. Great as a specimen.

USDA 5

USDA 5

Taxodium distichum ‘Skyward’ PP22812

25-30’ T x 5-10’ W

Prunus persica ‘Grepeptwst’ PPAF

10-15’ T x 5-10’ W P. 61


USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map The USDA Hardiness Zone is listed with each variety in this catalog. This number indicates the climactic zone to which that particular variety is hardy. If the listed zone is the same as, or less than the USDA zone for your region, the plant material should be hardy in your area. However, it is possible that those varieties are rated one zone higher than yours may be successfully used in your area.

Temp (F) Zone Temp (C)

Temp (F) Zone Temp (C)

Temp (F) Zone Temp (C)

-60 to -55

1a

-51.1 to -48.3

-20 to -15

5a

-28.9 to 26.1

20 to 25

9a

-6.7 to -3.9

-55 to -50

1b

-48.3 to -45.6

-15 to -10

5b

-26.1 to -23.3

25 to 30

9b

-3.9 to -1.1

-50 to -45

2a

-45.6 to -42.8

-10 to -5

6a

-23.3 to -20.6

30 to 35

10a

-1.7 to 1.7

-45 to -40

2b

-42.8 to -40

-5 to 0

6b

-20.6 to -17.8

35 to 40

10b

1.7 to 4.4

-40 to -35

3a

-40 to -37.2

0 to 5

7a

-17.8 to -15

40 to 45

11a

4.4 to 7.2

-35 to 30

3b

-37.2 to -34.4

5 to 10

7b

-15 to -12.2

45 to 50

11b

7.2 to 10

-30 to -25

4a

-34-4 to -31.7

10 to 15

8a

-12.2 to -9.4

50 to 55

12a

10 to 12.8

-25 to -20

4b

-31.7 to -28.9

15 to 20

8b

-9.4 to -6.7

55 to 60

12b

12.8 to 15.6


Index

Botanical Name to Common Name Reference Botanical Name

Common Name

Page #

Botanical Name

Common Name

Abelia

Abelia

12-13

Ligustrum

Privet

38

Acacia

Acacia

14

Liriope

Liriope

51

Acer

Maple

56

Loropetalum

Loropetalum

38

Agapanthus

Lily of the Nile

13

Magnolia

Magnolia

60

Aspidistra

Cast Iron Plant

14

Mahonia

Mahonia

39

Berberis

Barberry

14-15

Malus

Apple

Buddleia

Butterfly Bush

15-17

Miscanthus sinensis

Maiden Grass

51

Buxus

Boxwood

18-19

Nandina

Nandina

38

Campsis

Trumpet Creeper

20

Nyssa Sylvatica

Black Gum

60

Carex

Sedge Grass

50

Ophiopogon

Mondo Grass

51

Cercis

Redbud

56-58

Photinia

Photinia

39

Chaenomeles

Quince

20

Physocarpus

Ninebark

39

Cornus

Dogwood

20-21; 58

Picea

Spruce

59

Cortaderia

Pampas Grass

51

Pieris

Pieris

40

Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster

22

Platanus

Planetree/Sycamore

Cupressus

Cypress

58

Prunus Caroliniana

Cherry Laurel

40

Diervilla

Bush Honeysuckle

22

Prunus persica

Flowering Peach

61

Diospyros virginiana Persimmon

59

Rhaphiolepis

Hawthorn

40

Epilobium

Epilobium

22

Rhododendron

Azalea

41-43

Forsythia

Forsythia

22

Rosa

Rose

48-49

Gardenia

Gardenia

23

Salix

Willow

41

Ginkgo

Ginkgo

59

Sambucus

Elderberry

41

Grevillea

Grevillea

24

Sorbaria

Sorbaria

44

Hamelia Patens

Firebush

23

Spiraea

Spiraea

44-45

Hemerocallis

Daylily

52-53

Syringa

Lilac

Hibiscus

Althea

24-28

Taxodium distichum Bald Cypress

61

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

29-31

Ternstroemia

Cleyera

46

Ilex

Holly

32-33

Trachelospermum

Asiatic Jasmine

54

Itea

Sweetspire

Viburnum

Viburnum

46

Juniperus

Juniper

54, 59

Vinca Minor

Vinca Minor

47

Lagerstroemia

Crapemyrtle

34-37

Weigela

Weigela

47

Leucophyllum

Sage

38

Wisteria

Wisteria

47

33

Page #

54-55

60-61

45


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2018 Garden Debut® Catalog